Washington, D.C. Office
Danielle Mangogna devotes her practice to antitrust and trade regulation, routinely representing clients through multiple phases of mergers and acquisitions, up to and including compliance with second requests when necessary.
She analyzes filing obligations under the Hart-Scott-Rodino (HSR) Act and guides clients through the preparation and submission of premerger filings with the Federal Trade Commission and U.S. Department of Justice Antitrust Division, as well as simultaneously coordinating corresponding merger filings under competition laws across the globe.
Additionally, Danielle has counseled clients on antitrust risk allocation in transaction agreements, pre-closing activities including information exchanges, pricing and sales practices, trade association activity, the establishment of antitrust compliance policies and the preparation of responses to government-issued civil investigative demands and subpoenas in antitrust investigations. With more than two decades practicing as an antitrust counselor, she has advised clients on antitrust matters in an extensive range of industries, including energy, food and beverage, pharmaceutical, personal care, software, retail and telecommunications.