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DOJ’s Meiring jumps to private practice

Eric M. Meiring, a veteran of the Justice Department who worked extensively on criminal antitrust matters, has joined Winston & Strawn as a partner in its Washington, DC, office.

Meiring, who recently spent three years as assistant chief of the antitrust division’s Criminal II section, told FTCWatch he made the switch because he had done all he could at the DOJ.

“I had a good 10-year run but wanted to get back to case work and as you move up...

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