Global: White & Case promotes antitrust partners

White & Case LLP has promoted antitrust partners in the US, EU, and Mexico. The promotions are effective on January 1, 2020. 

“Our new partners have distinguished themselves by their dedication to our Firm and our clients,” said White & Case Chairman Hugh Verrier. “Our new partners are all focused on delivering the client service and legal excellence necessary to help the Firm grow and thrive in the years ahead.”

Henri Capin-Gally has been named a partner in our Global Mergers & Acquisitions Practice in Mexico City. Also a member of the Firm’s Antitrust Practice in Mexico, Capin-Gally advises on a variety of complex corporate and financial transactions including domestic and global merger clearances and antitrust matters.

Kathryn Jordan Mims has been named a partner in our Global Antitrust Practice. Based in Washington, DC, Ms. Mims advises on disputes, including class actions, opt-out, and merger enforcement actions, especially those involving allegations of antitrust, fraud, RICO Act and consumer protection act violations, and on banking and bank regulatory disputes.

Kristen O’Shaughnessy has been named a partner in the Global Antitrust Practice in New York. Ms. O’Shaughnessy focuses on complex litigation, particularly in the pharmaceuticals, health insurance, automotive, and oil & gas industries. 

Strati Sakellariou-Witt has been named a partner in the Global Antitrust Practice. Based in Brussels, Sakellariou-Witt focuses on European competition law and general European Union law, representing clients in merger control reviews, abuse of dominance, and cartel proceedings in industries including technology, telecommunications, energy, consumer goods and electronics, pharmaceuticals, oil & gas, and transportation.

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