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A few months ago, I left the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) Antitrust Division (the Division) for private practice at Winston & Strawn. I spent nearly 10 years as a prosecutor and supervisor in the Division, where I prosecuted numerous international and domestic cartels. During my time at the Division, I met hundreds of defense attorneys, including solo practitioners, boutique litigators, large law firm lawyers, former public defenders, former assistant U.S. Attorneys and former Division prosecutors.
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