September marked the 70th year that Ira Millstein, government regulation and antitrust lawyer at Weil, Gotshal & Manges, put on the tie and went to work at the prestigious New York-based firm.

He was a pioneering force in antitrust law, having served as chairman of the antitrust law sections of both the American Bar Association as well as the New York State Bar Association. He has counseled the boards of General Motors, Westinghouse, WellChoice and The Nature Conservancy, among others.  

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