Cravath Swaine & Moore, bolstering its new Washington, D.C., office, said Monday that it has brought on Noah Joshua Phillips, most recently a commissioner of the Federal Trade Commission.

Cravath said Phillips will be a partner based in Washington and will co-chair its antitrust practice, advising clients on various antitrust issues, including mergers, business conduct and compliance, litigation and investigations.

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