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Covington boosts US antitrust partnership by three

October 1, 2014, Global Competition Review

Ashley Bass, Andrew Lazerow and Anne Lee are featured in this article on their recent promotion to the partnership:

"Covington & Burling has three new US antitrust partners this morning after voting to promote Ashley Bass, Andrew Lazerow and Anne Lee to the partnership in a meeting on Monday."

"Lazerow, 44, who fielded questions about abortion pills and vitamin supplements as a press officer at the Food and Drug Administration before law school, told GCR that these cases are as intellectually challenging as any he has dealt with."

"A graduate of Tulane University School of Law, Bass, 37, has also helped Bertelsmann shake off an antitrust class action alleging a conspiracy to fix the price of online music sales, and is counsel to Coach USA along with Barnett in a government lawsuit over a consummated joint venture."

"Anne Lee, 35, is a former management consultant whose attraction to antitrust law comes from her professional interest in “digging into how businesses work”. After earning her law degree from Columbia Law School and two federal clerkships she joined Covington in 2008 and has since impressed partners with her strong analytical abilities."

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