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Neal R. Stoll

Partner

Partner

Antitrust and Competition

New York

T: 1.212.735.3660

F: 1.917.777.3660

neal.stoll@skadden.com

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Neal R. Stoll represents clients in connection with investigations conducted by the staff of the U.S. Department of Justice, Antitrust Division; Part 2 investigations conducted by the staffs of the Federal Trade Commission’s Bureau of Competition and Bureau of Consumer Protection; and Part 3 administrative proceedings and appeals. He also has federal trial and appellate experience in cases involving monopolization, distribution practices, the Robinson-Patman Act and acquisitions.

Mr. Stoll counsels clients on antitrust issues stemming from mergers and acquisitions. For example, he represent­ed BlackRock, Inc. in its $20 billion acquisition of Barclays Global Investors; Chevron Corporation in its $4.3 billion acquisition of Atlas Energy Inc.; Ecolab Inc. in its $8.1 billion acquisition of Nalco Holdings Company; Pactiv Corporation in its $6 billion acquisition by Reynolds Group Holdings Limited; CF Industries Holdings Inc. with its exchange offer for Terra Industries Inc. and CF Industries Holdings Inc. regarding Agrium Inc.’s unsolicited exchange offer; The Coca-Cola Company in its proposed acquisition of China Huiyuan Juice Group Limited; M&F Worldwide Corp. in its acquisition of John H. Harland Company; The May Department Store Company in connection with its merger with Federated Department Stores, Inc.; Guidant Corporation in connection with its proposed acquisitions by Johnson & Johnson and Boston Scientific; Caesars Entertainment, Inc. in connection with its merger with Harrah’s Entertainment, Inc.; and TRW Inc. in connection with its merger with Northrop Grumman Corporation. He also was lead coun­sel in United States v. The Gillette Compa­ny (acqui­sition of Parker Pen Ltd.), and United States v. Rank Organisation Plc (acqui­sition of Deluxe Film Labora­to­ries). In addition, he has han­dled the anti­trust matters relating to acquisitions and dispo­si­tions for The Milton Hershey Trust, MacAndrews & Forbes Group Incorpo­rated, Revlon Group Incorporated and Ball Corporation.

Mr. Stoll also advises corporate clients on other anti­trust and consumer protection matters, including compli­ance programs and advice regarding the implementation of proposed business plans. He has advised a number of consumer product companies in connection with the imple­mentation of marketing and promotional business plans.

Mr. Stoll has lectured for the Practicing Law Institute, the New York State and City Bar Associations, and has co-authored a treatise and more than 360 articles on antitrust and trade regulation matters. He repeatedly has been included in The Best Lawyers in America and Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business. In addition, he was selected for inclusion in Leaders in Their Field 2006.

Bar Admissions

New York

Education

J.D., Fordham University, 1973 (Member, Fordham Law Review)

B.A., Pennsylvania State University, 1970