Six lawyers appointed to leadership roles in the ABA Section of Antitrust Law

United States Press release - People November 8, 2022

Antitrust lawyers Amanda Wait, Vic Domen, Mark Angland (Washington, DC), Layne Kruse, Anne Rodgers (Houston) and Jay Modrall (Brussels) have been appointed to leadership roles within the American Bar Association's (ABA) Section of Antitrust Law for the 2022-2023 period.

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Wait, Norton Rose Fulbright's US Head of Antitrust was named co-chair to the Section Influence Task Force. She is a former Federal Trade Commission lawyer and advises dealmakers, litigants and guided companies across the healthcare, energy, retail and consumer products, manufacturing and other industries in presenting their cases before the FTC, DOJ and state attorneys general.

Domen, a government antitrust investigations and prosecutions lawyer, will serve as a member of the Long Range & Strategic Planning group and co-chair a subcommittee focused on identifying Section rising stars. In addition to his antitrust practice, Domen has also reviewed and investigated hundreds of nonprofit mergers, dissolutions and sales of assets with a particular focus on hospital and healthcare transactions.

Angland has been appointed as a liaison to the ABA Environmental Coordination Team. He has experience working on antitrust litigation matters and his practice focuses on complying with HSR filing requirements.

Rodgers will serve as editor of the digital edition of the Antitrust Magazine. Her practice focuses on high-stakes business disputes of all types, from suits between individual parties to class actions, from common-law claims to specialized statutory claims like the Sherman Act, False Claims Act, the Antiterrorism Act and the Alien Tort Statute and from trial courts through courts of appeals.

Kruse is experienced in antitrust and other complex business litigation concentrating on government investigations and regulatory matters, international disputes and other business problems. He has been appointed to the Advisory Board on Section Reserves.

Modrall will serve as vice chair of the International Comments & Policy group. He will be responsible for the section's long-range planning and oversight of diversity initiatives and reporting on such activities. In his own practice, he advises on EU and international competition work, specifically the review and clearance of international mergers and acquisitions.