Tara L. Reinhart
Tara L. Reinhart is a counsel in Skadden, Arps’ Antitrust Group and is resident in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office. She has more than a decade of experience representing corporate entities and executives in civil antitrust litigation matters, criminal and civil antitrust investigations, and white collar criminal matters. Ms. Reinhart has particular experience managing global price-fixing investigations and related civil actions, representing corporate clients headquartered in Japan, Korea, and throughout Europe. She also develops and implements corporate antitrust compliance and audit programs tailored to specific industries.
Ms. Reinhart’s civil experience includes defending a pharmaceutical company against monopolization claims, defending chemical manufacturers in national and state price-fixing class actions and representing a global actuarial consulting services firm in a federal information exchange investigation. Her criminal experience includes representing several corporations in the transportation and chemical industries in some of the most significant antitrust grand jury investigations in the past five years. Ms. Reinhart also defended several executives who were targets or subjects of criminal price-fixing investigations.
Throughout her career, she has represented corporate and individual defendants in political corruption, health care, tax, wire fraud, mail fraud and other white collar matters. In United States v. McDade, she represented a U.S. congressman facing racketeering, bribery and conspiracy charges in a trial that resulted in a jury acquittal on all counts.
J.D., Catholic University of America Columbus School of Law (cum laude; Notes & Comments Editor, Health Law Journal)
B.A., University of North Carolina