White & Case has elected three new partners to its Global Competition/Antitrust Practice.
The three new partners are spread across three offices globally and are: Adam Acosta, Kevin Adam, and Lars Petersen.
“Our new partners represent a rich and diverse set of skills, experience and backgrounds,” said White & Case Chair Hugh Verrier. “This is our largest class of White & Case partners ever. It reflects our commitment to deliberate, strategic growth that supports exceptional service for our clients globally. We are investing in our people for the long term.”
Adam M. Acosta has been named a partner in our Global Antitrust Practice. Based in Washington, DC, Adam focuses on antitrust litigation, government investigations and related counseling.
Kevin C. Adam has been named a partner in our Global Antitrust Practice. Based in Boston, Kevin focuses on complex litigation and counseling in matters concerning both antitrust and intellectual property law issues. He has experience advising clients in the healthcare and pharmaceutical sectors.
Lars Petersen has been named a partner in our Global Antitrust Practice in Hamburg. Lars focuses on EU and German public law and regulatory work, including litigation, and public procurement.
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