A US Department of Justice (DOJ) Antitrust Division and BigLaw veteran recently joined antitrust boutique Bona Law. Dylan Carson, who most recently was a partner at Faegre Drinker, joins several fellow lawyers with Antitrust Division and BigLaw credentials.
Carson brings over 20 years of experience working in BigLaw and as a government enforcer. He served for five years as a trial attorney in the Media, Entertainment, and Communications Section of the Antitrust Division’s Washington, D.C. headquarters. Before DOJ, he was a partner at Tucker Ellis and worked at Howrey and Kaye Scholer following a federal clerkship.
Carson’s antitrust and trial experience spans over two decades and includes numerous high-stakes merger trials such as FTC v. Heinz, U.S. v. AT&T-Time Warner, U.S. v. Aetna-Humana and U.S. v. Sabre-Farelogix. Short of trial, Carson was involved in several high-profile merger litigations, including Visa-Plaid, T-Mobile-Sprint, Franklin Electric-United Dominion, and Geisinger-Evangelical. His major antitrust conduct cases include United States v. Google and United States v. DirecTV & AT&T (the Los Angeles Dodgers information-sharing case).
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