US: White & Case promotes two antitrust counsel in New York and DC

White & Case LLP has promoted 38 lawyers to counsel and 14 lawyers to local partner, including two antitrust counsel. 

“White & Case is a truly global and diverse law firm and these promotions, across 21 offices and 12 global practices, are a clear expression of those fundamental characteristics,” said White & Case Chairman Hugh Verrier. “These lawyers demonstrate exceptional ability and share a commitment to the highest standards of client service.”

William Bave has been named counsel in the firm’s Global Antitrust Practice. Based in New York, he advises clients on civil and criminal antitrust litigation, complex business disputes, and government investigations.

Tamer Nagy has been named counsel in the firm’s Global Antitrust Practice. Based in Washington, DC, he advises clients on complex multijurisdictional mergers and acquisitions, antitrust compliance matters, and investigations before competition agencies around the world, as well as cross-border transactions and disputes related to the Middle East.

The promotions are effective January 1, 2020. 

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