Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft has recruited the chair of the antitrust practice at Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson. Charles "Rick" Rule, who will chair Cadwalader's antitrust practice from the firm's D.C. office, headed the DOJ's antitrust division under President Reagan and was a top lawyer for Microsoft in its antitrust battle with the feds. His recruitment is a coup for Cadwalader, which recently saw the defection of prior antitrust chair Steven Sunshine and two other partners to Skadden.
Fried Frank Antitrust Chair Joins Cadwalader
New York Law Journal
April 17, 2007
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