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A time of challenge and change

February 15, 2017

John Hall and Deborah Garza are quoted in a Commercial Dispute Resolution article regarding likely litigation challenges in 2017. According to Hall, Covington’s workload is at historic highs, with “no sign of that upward trend abating,” noting that the changing legal and regulatory environment would continue to create demand.

Commenting on antitrust and the Trump Administration, Garza says, “It is too early to tell how the Trump Administration will approach antitrust enforcement.” “However, our expectation is that criminal enforcement will remain a high priority,” she adds, saying, “it is plausible that civil enforcement, such as mergers and conduct, will look and sound more like recent Republican administrations”.


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