Global Competition Review has ranked Goodwin as a top firm in Washington, DC, Massachusetts, and the United Kingdom in the 2024 edition of the GCR 100. For over two decades, GCR 100 has conducted in-depth research to provide a quantitative and qualitative analysis that takes into account the size, activity and reputation of a firm’s antitrust practice in order to recognize the law firms doing the most important antitrust work around the world.
GCR 100 praised Goodwin’s work advising iRobot on its proposed $1.7 billion purchase by Amazon, which has been reviewed by the Federal Trade Commission, European Commission, and UK Competition and Markets Authority. GCR 100 also highlighted the firm securing a resounding win at a jury trial against Teva for an alleged “pay-for-delay” agreement with Gilead Sciences related to HIV treatments.
The guide recognized the work of Antitrust & Competition co-chairs Andrew Lacy and Arman Oruc in Washington, DC, Sarah Jordan in the United Kingdom, and Christopher Holding and Simone Waterbury in Massachusetts. It also noted the addition of partners Eram Khan and John Goheen to the firm’s global team.
Goodwin’s Antitrust & Competition practice has exceptional experience advising clients ranging from the largest Fortune 500 companies to emerging growth companies on transactions before U.S., EU, UK, and worldwide antitrust agencies. The practice stands out for its high volume of work in the life sciences, technology and private equity industries including merger clearance work and strategic litigation.
To learn more about Goodwin’s ranking, visit GCR 100.