Arthur Burke is a partner in Davis Polk’s New York and Menlo Park offices. He has represented clients in a variety of antitrust, securities, corporate governance and general litigation matters. In his antitrust practice, he advises clients on the competition law aspects of mergers and acquisitions and represents clients in investigations of mergers undertaken by federal antitrust authorities pursuant to the Hart-Scott-Rodino Act. Mr Burke is routinely sought out by some of the largest technology companies and financial institutions in the world to advise them on the antitrust aspects of transactions and other litigation and regulatory matters. His clients have included such companies as Comcast, Oracle, McData Corporation, Citigroup, Equinix, Oracle, SLM Corp (Sallie Mae) and Tyco Electronics. He regularly represents Comcast on its most meaningful antitrust matters, including the corporate and antitrust aspects of its agreement with General Electric to form the NBCUniversal joint venture. Mr Burke has long been active in the ABA Section of Antitrust Law, and is currently chair of the Section’s Media & Technology Committee as well as the former co-chair of the Section’s Intellectual Property Committee. He is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and the University of Michigan Law School.