Hilla Shimshoni is an associate in Alston & Bird’s Litigation & Trial Practice Group, focusing on antitrust. Hilla advises clients on a wide range of matters, including mergers & acquisitions clearance and risk, strategic counseling, investigations, and compliance, and helps represent clients before the Federal Trade Commission and the Department of Justice. As an economic analyst before attending law school, Hilla analyzed quantitative and qualitative market data for antitrust litigation and trade disputes. In this role, she focused on price-fixing and merger analysis in a variety of industries, including health care, telecommunications, and financial institutions. Hilla also served as a first sergeant and Air Force intelligence analyst in the Israel Defense Forces, where she received the Israeli Air Force’s Distinguished Soldier Award. Hilla received her J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center, where she was senior editor of the Georgetown Journal of International Law. She received her B.A., magna cum laude, in political science and Middle East studies, with a minor in economics, from Brandeis University.
Doug Ross and Jeff Brennan discuss their opinions about what’s going on with health care antitrust.
Hilla Shimshoni talks to Rani Habash and Danielle Haugland about their advice for young lawyers seeking a career in antitrust, and career and related resources that the ABA provides.
In this legal podcast Scott Martin talks about his switch from defense to plaintiff work and how the new administration will affect the future of the plaintiffs’ antitrust bar.
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