Gerard Quinn is a member of the Antitrust/Competition and Litigation practice groups. His work is primarily focused on the discovery phases of complex civil litigation matters, regulatory enforcement actions, and government investigations. He has extensive experience in managing teams of attorneys, legal assistants, litigation technology project managers, and other e-discovery professionals through each stage of the discovery process from preservation to production. Mr. Quinn’s e-discovery, antitrust, and general litigation work has spanned numerous industries including agriculture, biotechnology, consumer products, financial services, manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, and telecommunications.

Mr. Quinn graduated from Georgetown University Law Center in 2005, where he was involved in the Criminal Justice Clinic, providing legal representation to indigent defendants in the Superior Court of the District of Columbia. He completed his undergraduate studies at Canisius College, in Buffalo, New York, in 2002. Prior to joining Arnold & Porter LLP, Mr. Quinn worked for the Maryland Office of the Public Defender.

Experience

  • TPG Capital, L.P. in a civil antitrust litigation related to the leveraged buy-out bidding practices of the leading private equity firms.
  • Talecris Biotherapeutics, a manufacturer of plasma-derived therapies, in Federal Trade Commission (FTC) investigations regarding proposed acquisitions of Talecris by CSL and Grifols, respectively.
  • General Electric Co., in connection with its sale of NBC Universal to Comcast.
  • Bucyrus International, Inc., a manufacturer of mining equipment, in connection with its acquisition by Caterpillar Inc.
  • Represented clients in a number of nonpublic Department of Justice (DOJ) and Federal Trade Commission (FTC) civil and criminal antitrust investigations.
  • Assisted Philip Morris USA Inc. team in the creation and defense of trial exhibits for use in a putative class action alleging consumer fraud.

Credentials

Education
  • JD, Georgetown University Law Center, 2005
Admissions
  • District of Columbia
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