Tracy (Januzzi) Penfield knows how important your deal is to you. She focuses on antitrust clearance and analysis of mergers and acquisitions, particularly those involving multi-jurisdictional investigations and Second Request reviews. Tracy's clients rely on her practical advice and solutions during the merger review and clearance process.
Tracy has a particular focus on transactions in the energy and natural resources industry, but also advises on transactions in an array of other industries, including defense, consumer, financial institutions, and technology, media, and telecom.
Tracy's clients also rely on her problem-solving ability and industry know-how when they seek her advice on a wide range of antitrust issues, including non-merger government investigations, strategic collaborations, joint ventures, pricing and distribution matters, and general antitrust compliance.
Tracy has assisted in representing clients in matters before both the U.S. Department of Justice and Federal Trade Commission, as well as various U.S. federal courts.
Before joining Hogan Lovells, Tracy served as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Christine Odell Cook Miller of the United States Court of Federal Claims and the Honorable Marcus D. Williams of the Fairfax County Circuit Court. While in law school, she was the managing editor of the Catholic University Law Review.
Antitrust counsel to Arris in its US$2.35bn acquisition of Google Inc.'s Motorola Home business.
Plaintiff's counsel to Ford Motor Co. in class-action opt-out litigation against manufacturers of polyurethane foam.
Antitrust counsel to Arris in its US$2.1bn acquisition of Pace plc and the DOJ's clearance of its transaction following issuance of a second request.
Antitrust counsel to client in multi-jurisdictional investigation of the sale of its majority interest in a joint venture.
Antitrust counsel to global energy client in multi-jurisdictional investigation of the sale of one of its business units to multinational corporation.