Kirkland & Ellis has become the latest firm to bulk up its antitrust practice and add a prominent partner, as firms anticipate enforcement to stiffen under the Biden administration.

Andrea Agathoklis Murino, the former co-chair of Goodwin Procter’s antitrust practice, joined Kirkland as a partner in Washington, D.C., the firm announced Monday. Murino had been at Goodwin since early 2015 and has sat across the table from Kirkland’s team in a number of deals. In October, she was part of the team advising pharmaceutical company MyoKardia as Kirkland’s lawyers represented Bristol Myers Squibb in a $13.1 billion acquisition.

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