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April Tabor

April Tabor

April Tabor is the acting director for records and information management at the FTC and co-chair of the ABA Section of Antitrust Law’s Membership & Diversity Committee. Prior to that, she worked in the Office of the Secretary as an attorney advisor. Her career as an attorney began in the Compliance Division of the Federal Trade Commission’s Bureau of Competition, where she negotiated settlements resolving anticompetitive concerns. She then transitioned to the Mergers II Division, where she investigated acquisitions in the chemical and manufacturing industries and successfully litigated complex mergers in federal court and in the FTC’s Part III adjudicative process. While at the FTC, she also served as a Special Assistant U.S. Attorney prosecuting criminal matters and as an Attorney-Advisor to Commissioner Pamela Jones Harbour. In 2005, she left the FTC to join McDermott Will & Emery, where her practice focused on antitrust, consumer protection, and distribution litigation. Following her tenure at McDermott, April pursued a non-legal career at a mid-size art consulting firm in northern Virginia, serving as its Vice President and promoting its expansion into European and Asian markets. During that time, she also co-hosted a radio show on Sirius/XM, taught a course to law firm associates on building their brand, and lectured at Georgetown on entrepreneurship. In 2010, April returned to the Federal Trade Commission. As Attorney Advisor to the Secretary of the Commission, she advised the Commission on adjudicative, policy, and procedural matters, and aids in ensuring its efficient operation. She is a graduate of Columbia University and Georgetown University Law Center and a student of Babson College.

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June 5, 2018

ABA Section of Antitrust Law: What it Can Do For You and Your Career

Balancing a career and your life can already be complicated and time consuming, so why should you join or become engaged in the ABA Section of Antitrust Law? In this report from...