Stacy L. Turner


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Washington, D.C.

P: +1.202.639.7820
F: +1.202.585.1069
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Stacy Turner, a partner in Baker Botts' Antitrust and Competition Practice, is experienced in multinational merger reviews and criminal and civil antitrust investigations. She has counseled clients through all stages of the merger review process, including representing parties before the antitrust agencies, complying with government information requests and coordinating antitrust filings in numerous foreign jurisdictions. She has defended U.S. and foreign corporations and individuals in grand jury investigations involving allegations of price fixing, bid rigging, and market allocation. In criminal investigations, she has assisted both corporate and individual clients with a range of cartel defense strategies, including leniency status and designation as a cooperating witness.

Outside of the government investigations arena, Ms. Turner's practice involves conducting internal investigations, performing audits and implementing compliance programs. She also defends clients in large multidistrict litigations involving allegations of monopolization, price fixing, bid rigging and market allocation.

Related Experience

  • Advised Novartis AG in connection with its proposed sale of generic pharmaceutical assets to Aurobindo.
  • Counseled Akamai Technologies in multiple acquisitions and potential acquisitions.
  • Represented Olin before the FTC in its acquisition of Dow's chlor-alkali business.
  • Represented RealPage, Inc. before the DOJ in its acquisition of certain real estate software assets from The Rainmaker Group.
  • Advised Liberty Media in multiple acquisitions and potential acquisitions.
  • Represented multiple clients before the DOJ and the FTC in connection with merger oppositions.
  • Defended large industrial manufacturer in DOJ investigation into an alleged ‘no poach’ cartel.
  • Represented high-tech company in price-fixing investigation involving leniency applications to the DOJ and several foreign antitrust authorities.
  • Represented chemicals manufacturer in DOJ cartel investigation.
  • In re Generic Pharmaceuticals Pricing Antitrust Litigation. Defending pharmaceutical suppliers against price-fixing and market-allocation allegations in complex multidistrict litigation brought by state attorneys general, direct action plaintiffs, and putative classes of direct, intermediate and end-purchaser plaintiffs.
  • In re Optical Disk Drive (ODD) Antitrust Litigation. Defended Philips & Lite-On Digital Corporation in large multidistrict litigation alleging ODD suppliers conspired to fix prices and rig bids to major technology companies.


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