Peter A.Julian

Associate

San Francisco + 1.415.875.5864

Peter Julian's practice focuses on representing companies in civil and criminal antitrust government investigations and enforcement actions and in private antitrust litigation.

He has extensive experience advising clients on a broad range of antitrust issues, including merger clearance, competitor collaborations, and competitive strategies.

Peter also has experience in complex litigation, including briefing and motion practice, pretrial discovery, and trial preparation.

He has developed particular experience working on antitrust matters with technology clients.

Experience

  • NVIDIA acquires Mellanox Technologies for approximately $7 billionJones Day advised NVIDIA Corporation in its acquisition of Mellanox Technologies, Ltd., an Israel-based leading supplier of end-to-end InfiniBand and Ethernet interconnect solutions and services for servers and storage.
  • SunPower announces sponsored spin-off of solar panel production operationsJones Day is advising SunPower Corporation (NASDAQ: SPWR), one of North America's largest solar-panel makers, in a sponsored spin-off of its solar panel production operations into a new public company – Maxeon Solar Technologies – which will be headquartered in Singapore.
  • Wabtec and GE Transportation merge in $11.1 billion transactionJones Day advised Wabtec Corporation in a Reverse Morris Trust merger with GE Transportation, valued at $11.1 billion.
  • Procter & Gamble defeats class certification in misbranding actionJones Day obtained complete denial of class certification in a putative consumer class action brought against The Procter & Gamble Company in which the plaintiffs alleged that the labeling of Pringles potato crisps is false and misleading.
  • Wabtec defends antitrust class actions regarding employee recruiting practicesJones Day is defending Wabtec Corporation against proposed antitrust class actions regarding employee recruiting practices.
  • SAP acquires Callidus Software Inc.Jones Day advised SAP SE in its acquisition of CallidusCloud, the leader in cloud-based Lead to Money (Quote-to-Cash) solutions.
  • Itron acquires Silver Spring Networks for $830 million, net of $118 million of Silver Spring's cashJones Day advised Itron, Inc. (NASDAQ: ITRI) in its acquisition of Silver Spring Networks, Inc. (NYSE: SSNI) by acquiring all outstanding shares of Silver Spring Networks, Inc. (NYSE: SSNI) for $16.25 per share in cash.
  • SAP acquires GigyaJones Day advised SAP SE in its acquisition of Gigya, Inc., a market leader for customer identity and access management.
  • Reynolds American acquired by British American Tobacco Plc in deal valued at $49 billionJones Day advised Reynolds American Inc. ("RAI") regarding the acquisition by British American Tobacco, p.l.c. ("BAT") of 57.8 percent of the outstanding shares of RAI not owned by BAT and its affiliates in a transaction valued at $49 billion.
  • Linear Technology acquired by Analog Devices for $14.8 billionJones Day advised Linear Technology Corporation on its sale to Analog Devices, Inc.
  • ETS acquires Questar Assessment Inc. for $127.5 millionJones Day advised Educational Testing Service in its $127.5 million cash acquisition of Questar Assessment Inc., a leading K–12 assessment solutions provider focused on building a bridge between learning and accountability.
  • Wabtec acquires Faiveley Transport for $1.8 billionJones Day advised Wabtec Corporation in the acquisition of Faiveley Transport S.A., a global supplier of high added value integrated systems for the railway industry, for a total of $1.8 billion in cash and stock, including assumed debt.
  • BlackBerry acquires Good Technology for $425 millionJones Day advised BlackBerry Limited (NASDAQ: BBRY; TSX: BB), a global leader in secure mobile communications, in its acquisition of Good Technology for $425 million in cash.
  • Adobe Systems resolves recruiting antitrust litigationJones Day client Adobe Systems Inc. reached a settlement agreement resolving a nationwide antitrust class action brought by current and former employees of Adobe, Apple, Google, Intel, Intuit, Lucasfilm or Pixar alleging conspiracy to fix and suppress employee compensation by entering into non-solicitation agreements.
  • Reynolds American acquires Lorillard for $27.4 billionJones Day advised Reynolds American Inc. (NYSE: RAI) in its acquisition of Lorillard, Inc. for $27.4 billion and in the related $7.1 billion divestiture to an affiliate of Imperial Tobacco Group and $4.7 billion investment by British American Tobacco, RAI's largest shareholder.
  • SAP acquires leading global provider of travel and expense management solutions Concur Technologies for $8.3 billionJones Day represented SAP SE (NYSE:SAP) in its agreement to acquire Concur Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ:CNQR) at an enterprise value of approximately $8.3 billion.
  • Check acquired by Intuit for $360 millionJones Day advised Check, a Palo Alto, California based leader in mobile bill pay, in its $360 million acquisition by Intuit Inc.
  • Aetna wins dismissal of antitrust litigationJones Day won dismissal of an antitrust case brought by four diagnostic testing laboratories alleging that Aetna Inc. and other healthcare payers had entered unlawful exclusive dealing arrangements with Quest Diagnostics.
  • Asylum for gay client threatened by honor killingFor the second time, Amanda Schapel and Peter Julian have successfully represented a pro bono client from Turkey in an affirmative asylum application.
  • SAP acquires leading cloud-based business commerce network Ariba for $4.3 billionJones Day advised SAP AG in its $4.3 billion acquisition of Ariba, Inc.
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