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Frank Hogue is a partner in White & Case LLP's Antitrust Group. As a member of this group, Mr. Hogue focuses on litigating multijurisdictional antitrust disputes and representing clients in government criminal and civil investigations. He has considerable experience with the provisions of the Foreign Trade Antitrust Improvement Act (FTAIA) and regularly works on complex cases involving both United States and foreign proceedings.
Mr. Hogue represents clients before the US Department of Justice, the US Federal Trade Commission and the US Securities and Exchange Commission.
Representing a major Asian manufacturing company in connection with global criminal and administrative proceedings related to alleged cartel activity.
Representing major Japanese electronics company in connection with US federal and state civil proceedings related to alleged cartel activity.
Representing multinational supplier before US Federal Trade Commission relating to allegations of monopolization and other anticompetitive conduct.
Representing private equity firm in successful defense of New York state criminal investigation and related US Securities and Exchange investigations.
Representing client in US Department of Justice investigation relating to hiring practices in Silicon Valley.
Riding the Convergence Wave: The Maturing International Competition Network, Worldwide Merger Notification Requirements, Aspen Publishing, December 2008, (co-author with Doug Jasinski)