Antitrust Law Job Description
Requiring knowledge of economics, business ethics and law, the antitrust field is one of the most challenging in the legal arena. For professionals who possess this unique blend of knowledge and experience it can be an extremely rewarding career path to pursue.
The federal government has intensified its crackdown of antitrust violators, government agencies are getting creative when it comes to utilizing existing antitrust laws to pursue new actions, and recent amendments to the Hart-Scott-Rodino Act are forcing companies interested in mergers and acquisitions to complete a delicate balancing act of compliance.
Therefore, firms and corporations alike are searching for qualified antitrust legal professionals who can help them navigate this complex landscape. Many have turned to us—the nationwide leaders in legal staffing—to help them fill these essential roles.
Antitrust legal professional roles and responsibilities
The complexity and multifaceted nature of antitrust law has created a variety of opportunities, including the following:
- Merger compliance and consulting in accordance with Hart-Scott-Rodino
- Civil defense litigation
- Civil government investigation
- Criminal governmental investigation
Antitrust Job Postings
Location: Washington, District of ColumbiaDate Posted: 09/012017-09-01Position: ParalegalPractice Area: AntitrustEmployment Type: TemporaryAre you an experienced litigation paralegal with the trial experience to match? Do you consider yourself a self-starter with the ability to multitask in high pressure environments? If so, this Temporary Litigation Paralegal position in Washington, DC might be the perfect fit for you! A...View Details.
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