Roxann E. Henry
I am an antitrust lawyer currently focusing on consulting, compliance, monitoring, opinions, representing individuals, and assisting with corporate representations. In my over 35 years of antitrust practice I have handled matters involving all aspects of competition law, including criminal defense, treble damage litigation, compliance advice, and merger and other civil investigations, and have co-chaired the Global Competition Practice group of a major international law firm. As lead counsel, I won a rare corporate criminal antitrust jury acquittal and in 2022 the dismissal of all charges against an individual after two trials. Clients, domestic and foreign, individuals and corporations, have entrusted me with the defense of national and international investigations, including ancillary debarment concerns. I regularly represent clients before both the Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission. In my past roles as Chair of the Antitrust Section of the American Bar Association, co-chair of its International Cartel Workshop and its International Officer, Program Officer, and co-chair of the Spring Meeting and as an invited Non-Government Advisor to the International Competition Network and invited speaker at the OECD, I also have worked side-by-side on competition law initiatives and policies with the U.S. enforcers and those in key jurisdictions abroad. In addition, I have strong relationships with experienced colleagues around the world who can assist with any competition related concern, including the ability to work with firms across the country for additional support.
My accomplishments and expertise have been recognized repeatedly, including by Chambers, Global Competition Review (Leading Attorney and Thought Leader), National Law Journal (M&A Antitrust Trailblazer Awards), Legal 500, and Best Lawyers in America (including Washington DC’s Top 50 Women Lawyers).
Note that each case is different and a past record is no assurance of obtaining a favorable result in any future case.