Patrick L.Hubbard (Pat)

Senior Staff Attorney

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Pat Hubbard has gained broad experience in complex litigation in his more than 30-year career with Jones Day. His practice includes corporate criminal investigations, securities, antitrust, and multijurisdictional product liability cases. He has particular experience in litigation and regulatory agency discovery, as well as issues relating to the attorney-client privilege and the work product doctrine.

Pat has been a member of trial teams representing R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company in individual product liability cases and class actions. He also participated in the Firm's representation of Chrysler and the City of Detroit in their respective bankruptcy proceedings. His practice also has focused on federal regulatory oversight of mergers and acquisitions, including regulatory compliance with the Hart-Scott-Rodino Antitrust Improvements Act (HSR Act) and other federal antitrust investigations.

Pat is a member of the District of Columbia Bar.

Experience

  • PinnacleHealth System and Penn State Hershey attempt to merge Pennsylvania hospitalsJones Day represented PinnacleHealth System and Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center as antitrust counsel in the hospitals' proposed merger.
  • Goodrich merges with industrial conglomerate United Technologies for $18.4 billionJones Day advised Goodrich Corporation in its $18.4 billion merger with United Technologies Corp., marking a major milestone for the company and strengthening its position in the commercial aerospace industry.
  • Clear Channel obtains DOJ clearance for acquisition of Westwood One's Metro Traffic divisionJones Day advised Clear Channel Communications, Inc. on the antitrust aspects of its acquisition of Metro Networks, a producer and distributor of traffic and other local information reports (e.g., news, sports, weather) to radio and television stations nationwide, from Westwood One, Inc.
  • SABMiller wins antitrust approval for MillerCoors joint ventureJones Day successfully represented SABMiller, plc as U.S. antitrust counsel in connection with the combination of SABMiller's U.S. and Puerto Rico beer operations with those of Molson Coors Brewing Company to form MillerCoors, the second largest beer company in the United States.
  • Giant Industries defeats FTC attempt to block merger with Western RefiningIn a rare litigated merger case, Jones Day obtained clearance for its client, Giant Industries, Inc., to proceed with its merger with Western Refining, Inc.
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