Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher is the big winner in the lottery to land internationally renowned Department of Justice antitrust guru Gary Spratling.

The San Francisco native built a peerless reputation in nearly three decades with Main Justice, helping its antitrust division rake in more than $1 billion in penalties last year and revolutionizing the way the feds handle antitrust cases. Along the way, he nailed some of the biggest names on Wall Street.

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