King & Spalding Hires FTC Official For Antitrust Group In DC

Law360, Los Angeles (October 6, 2014, 10:29 PM EDT) -- King & Spalding LLP said Monday it picked up a former U.S. Federal Trade Commission director with experience monitoring mergers and other deals in the entertainment, retail, technology, health care as well as oil and gas industries to bolster the firm's antitrust practice in Washington, D.C.

Norman A. Armstrong Jr. was most recently the deputy director of the Bureau of Competition at the FTC, where he investigated mergers, acquisitions and joint ventures, his new firm said on Monday.

At the FTC, Armstrong led three divisions, overseeing some of the agency's high-profile litigation, King & Spalding said. This is his first foray...

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