Title/s: Partner, Jones Day
Specialty Area: Antitrust Law, Business Law
External Webpage: http://www.jonesday.com/msennett/
Mike Sennett has practiced antitrust law for more than 40 years, with an emphasis on the antitrust aspects of mergers and acquisitions (U.S. and globally), antitrust litigation, and the defense of government antitrust investigations and enforcement matters. He appears regularly before the United States Department of Justice, Federal Trade Commission, and state attorneys general as well as in complex antitrust cases in courts throughout the United States. Mike has extensive experience counseling clients on the antitrust aspects of intellectual property licensing and related patent matters, strategic alliances and collaborations, pricing and price discrimination, distribution, advertising, and marketing practices.
Mike serves as antitrust counsel to a number of multinational corporations and businesses operating domestically and internationally. His industry experience includes pharmaceuticals, biotechnologies, medical devices, pharmaceutical benefit services, steel, automotive, building products, farm and industrial equipment, consumer products, minerals and mining, water and wastewater technologies and health care services, product distribution, transportation, financial services, and communications.
Mike is on the adjunct law faculty at Loyola University Chicago where he teaches antitrust law. He serves on the board of advisors of the Institute for Consumer Antitrust Law Studies and the Midwest Antitrust Colloquium. He has written extensively on antitrust law matters for academic and trade journals and addressed competition issues for conferences in the U.S. and abroad. He also has served for many years as a trustee of Children's Home & Aid, a leading Illinois social service agency that has served children and families where the need is greatest for 135 years.
BA with high honors, Quincy University, 1973
JD cum laude, Loyola University Chicago School of Law, 1977