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WASHINGTON � Christine L. White, the founder and co-chair of Bingham McCutcheon’s Healthcare Industry Group, has moved to Crowell & Moring’s New York office as a partner in the firm’s antitrust and health care groups. White is also a former staff attorney for the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), where she investigated and prosecuted mergers, joint ventures, and conduct cases involving health care entities. “Chris offers clients the in-depth experience that comes from working as both a government antitrust enforcer and trusted advisor to many of America’s leading health care providers and payors,” said John T. Brennan, Jr., chair of Crowell & Moring’s health care group. “The combination of her public and private health care antitrust experience positions her to handle critical transactions and represent clients in government investigations and complex private litigation.” White concentrates her practice on antitrust counseling, antitrust civil litigation, and trade regulation matters. She provides counseling on a range of antitrust issues, including mergers, joint ventures and other collaborations among competitors in diverse industries. “Health care clients require highly focused counsel from attorneys who understand both the complexities of their industry and the importance of antitrust concerns that can affect their growth and ability to stay competitive,” said White. “I am excited to join the firm because it is truly unique in terms of the depth and breadth of its health care industry client service.” Before joining the FTC, White worked on legislative issues for U.S. Representative Paul E. Kanjorski. In addition to working on health care industry mergers and conduct cases while at the FTC, she also spent six months as an antitrust advisor to the Russian Federation. Crowell & Moring’s health care group has grown sharply. New partners include Karen A. Gibbs, the former lead in-house counsel at medical device company Applied Medical, and Robert Rhoad, who focuses on antitrust recovery actions, False Claims Act litigation and fraud and abuse. In 2006, the group added three health care litigation partners from King Pagano Harrison, and, in 2005, Christine Rinn, a leading managed care specialist.

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