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Axinn Promotes Bradley Justus to Partner, Dan Oakes and Jarod Taylor to Counsel
January 1, 2020

Axinn announced today that Bradley Justus, a member in the firm’s Antitrust group, has been promoted to partner. Dan Oakes, a member in the firm’s Antitrust group, and Jarod Taylor, a member in the firm’s Litigation group, have also been promoted to Counsel. The promotions were effective as of January 1, 2020.

“Bradley, Dan, and Jarod are well-deserving of their promotions,” says Matthew Becker, Managing Partner of the firm. “Each of these extraordinarily talented lawyers are valued by our clients for their impressive legal skills and unique and innovative approaches. We congratulate each of them on their accomplishments so far and look forward to their continued contributions to Axinn and the legal community.”

Bradley Justus is based in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office and focuses his practice on antitrust law, including mergers, antitrust litigation, government investigations and counseling. He has significant experience in large global M&A transactions, appearing before the U.S. Department of Justice and Federal Trade Commission, in addition to representing clients in merger reviews by European, Brazilian, Canadian, and Mexican competition regulators.

Also based in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office, Dan Oakes focuses his practice on criminal antitrust investigation, antitrust litigation, merger analysis, and antitrust counseling. He has represented domestic and foreign corporate clients in international cartel investigations before the DOJ, the Canadian Competition Bureau, and European Commission. Dan also has significant experience leading merger, civil non-merger and other internal investigations.

Jarod Taylor, based in the firm’s Hartford office, has experience with litigation in federal courts across the country, as well as with arbitration and internal and governmental investigations. He has litigated cases involving contract disputes, business torts, patent infringement, and Fair, Reasonable And Non-Discriminatory (“FRAND”) licensing obligations.