Sean P. McConnell is vice-chair of Duane Morris’ Antitrust and Competition Group and a member of the Trial Practice Group. Mr. McConnell represents U.S. and international clients on the full range of antitrust matters across a wide variety of industries. He has counseled clients in their most high-stakes and sophisticated matters, including complex class actions, criminal and civil government investigations, and the antitrust aspects of mergers, acquisitions and joint ventures. His representations span numerous industry sectors, with a focus on pharmaceutical, medical device, transportation, food and beverage, and retail. Mr. McConnell has also advised clients in the securities and complex commercial litigation areas. Mr. McConnell is a Partner in the Commercial, Securities and Antitrust Litigation section of the firm’s Trial Practice Group. Mr. McConnell also maintains an active pro bono practice with a focus on prisoner civil rights cases.
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