Brian R. Henry is Senior Managing Counsel – Venturing and Emerging Brands and North America Competition Counsel for The...
Paula C. Martucci is Associate General Counsel at Wal-Mart Stores Inc. Her expertise is in the areas of litigation...
Richard J. Wallis is Vice President and Deputy General Counsel for the Microsoft Devices Group at Microsoft Corporation, headquartered...
Gary Zanfagna is Chief Antitrust Counsel and Associate General Counsel at Honeywell International Inc. Responsible for all antitrust matters...
January Kim is an associate in the Global Competition Practice of White & Case. Her practice focuses on antitrust...
There isn’t just one way to practice antitrust law. In this Special Report, host January Kim talks to the in-house antitrust lawyers of large corporations, including Gary Zanfagna with Honeywell, Brian Henry with Coca-Cola, Rich Wallis with Microsoft, and Paula Martucci with Wal-Mart about the difference between private and in-house practices. Their discussion includes what skills are needed for in-house lawyers and what they enjoy most about their positions. They also talk about how their ABA Antitrust Section leadership positions have helped their careers.
Brian R. Henry is senior managing counsel at Venturing and Emerging Brands and North America competition counsel for The Coca-Cola Company in Atlanta, Georgia.
January Kim is an associate in the Global Competition Practice of White & Case.
Paula C. Martucci is associate general counsel at Wal-Mart Stores Inc. Her expertise is in the areas of litigation management, compliance, and information systems security governance.
Richard J. Wallis is vice president and deputy general counsel for the Microsoft Devices Group at Microsoft Corporation, headquartered in Redmond, Washington.
Gary Zanfagna is chief antitrust counsel and Associate General Counsel at Honeywell International Inc.
|Published:||May 1, 2017|
|Podcast:||On the Road|
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