David Meyer is a partner in the global antitrust law practice group in Morrison & Foerster LLP’s Washington, DC office and former principal deputy assistant attorney general in the DOJ’s Antitrust Division. He represents clients in a wide range of industries in all aspects of antitrust law, including mergers and acquisitions, government investigations, litigation and strategic counselling to manage antitrust risks.
According to The Legal 500, clients credit Mr Meyer’s ‘deep expertise and a very strong intellect’. Chambers USA sources recognise him as a ‘really smart, really strong lawyer’ who ‘understands the issues well and is well connected’. Mr Meyer is also named in Who’s Who Legal: Competition, and recognised by Best Lawyers and Washingtonian magazine in the area of antitrust law.
He joined Morrison & Foerster LLP from the Antitrust Division of the DOJ, where, as principal deputy assistant attorney general and deputy assistant attorney general for civil enforcement, he was responsible for civil investigations and litigation, merger reviews and other matters pertaining to a wide range of industries, including high technology, defence, media, manufacturing and financial services.