Vinson & Elkins LLP

Vinson & Elkins lawyers offer experienced legal counsel and full service solutions to sophisticated corporate clients in numerous industries. From 16 offices in commercial hubs, financial centres, and political capitals across the globe, our lawyers provide strategic legal advice on our clients most challenging and complex transactional, regulatory and dispute resolution matters, including mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures, project developments, financings, arbitrations, litigation, environmental, tax and regulatory proceedings. For nearly a century, V&E’s innovative and entrepreneurial spirit has helped attract the diverse talent necessary to shape the face of business across the globe. Our rich heritage and inclusive culture inspires us, and gives us an adept understanding of the most sophisticated legal issues. Vinson & Elkins’ nationally recognised antitrust and competition law practice brings clients more than 50 years of experience handling every aspect of antitrust, including grand jury investigations into cartel conduct, joint ventures, global mergers and acquisitions, civil litigation and antitrust investigations, which have involved monopolisation, exclusive dealing, tying, boycotts and unfair trade practices under state and federal laws. We regularly represent clients before the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), the Antitrust Division of the US Department of Justice (DOJ), various State Attorneys General, the European Commission, and other competition authorities on the full spectrum of enforcement and investigation matters.

www.velaw.com

View list of locations

Editors

Content from this contributor

The Oil and Gas Law Review

Edition 9

The Oil and Gas Law Review is a practical overview of the legal and regulatory regimes governing the oil and gas industry in key jurisdictions worldwide. Focusing on recent developments, it is a useful reference point for those navigating major issues such as licensing requirements, tax liabilities, environmental regulations, foreign investment restrictions and much more.

The Law Reviews content