Shearman & Sterling represented The Energy & Minerals Group (EMG) in connection with the formation of a joint venture with Tailwater Capital. The joint venture will fund Silver Creek Midstream’s purchase of Genesis Energy’s crude gathering, storage and rail assets in the Powder River Basin. The new commitment from the joint venture provides Silver Creek with $600 million of equity to acquire and expand the existing pipeline and storage assets in the Basin.
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Partners Clare O’Brien (New York-Mergers & Acquisitions) and Mallory Brennan (New York-Litigation); counsel Rupa Briggs (New York-Capital Markets) and Gillian Emmett Moldowan (New York-Compensation, Governance & ERISA); and associate Grace Jamgochian (New York-Mergers & Acquisitions) presented at a program in New York on October 10 entitled “Perfecting Your Pitch: A Practical Program Expanding Opportunities for Women in the Legal Profession” hosted by ALM/American Lawyer.
Shearman & Sterling is pleased to announce that Ben Gris, former Assistant Director of the Mergers II Division of the Bureau of Competition at the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), joins the firm as a partner in its Antitrust practice based in Washington, D.C.
Partner Geert Goeteyn (Brussels/London-Antitrust) will speak on “Cartel Enforcement : It’s a Global Game” at the Seventh Annual International Arbitration, Regulatory & Competition Law Summit organized by Kluwer Law in Seoul on October 24, 2018.
Antitrust Global Practice Leader David Higbee (Washington, D.C.-Antitrust) and [artner Elvira Aliende Rodriguez (Brussels-Antitrust) will be speaking at a conference called “Towards More Competition in High-Tech Markets? European Perspectives,” which will be held in Brussels on October 24.
Partner James Webber (London-Antitrust) will participate in a panel on “Gun Jumping: Practical Implications of Recent Case Law” at the Concurrences Workshop on October 8, 2018. The workshop is co-organized by Shearman & Sterling, Concurrences and Avisa. The other panelists are Michele Piergiovanni (Head of Unit European Commission, DG Comp) and Andrea Collart (Director at Avisa).
Partners David Higbee, Djordje Petkoski (both Washington, D.C.-Antitrust), Jessica Delbaum (New York-Antitrust), John Cove (San Francisco-Antitrust), Ryan Shores (Washington, D.C.-Antitrust/Litigation) and Todd Stenerson (Washington, D.C.-Litigation); and associate Mark Weiss (Washington, D.C.-Antitrust) authored the chapter “United States: Cartels” for The Antitrust Review of the Americas 2019 published by Global Competition Review in October 2018.
Partners David Higbee (Antitrust-Washington, D.C.), Geert Goeteyn (Antitrust-Brussels), Djordje Petkoski (Antitrust-Washington, D.C.), senior associate Özlem Fidanboylu (Antitrust-London) and associates Aleksandra Petkovic (Antitrust-New York) and Caroline Préel (Antitrust-Brussels) authored the chapter “Giving Effect to Remedy” in the 2018 edition of The Guide to Merger Remedies published by Global Competition Law Review in August 2018.
Counsel Paolisa Nebbia (Rome-Antitrust) has authored for the second consecutive year the chapters on “Merger Control in Italy” and “Cartels in Italy” that were published by Lexology in September 2018.