Amy Manning has been named to Global Competition Review’s 2021 Top Women in
Antitrust list honoring private practitioners, enforcers, in-house counsel,
economists and academics for their standout careers.
Manning chairs the firm’s global Antitrust, Trade & Commercial
Litigation Department and represents international and U.S. companies, as
well as individuals, in federal and state courts and U.S. arbitration
tribunals. Based in Chicago, she focuses her practice on criminal and civil
antitrust matters and on complex commercial litigation, including class
actions, breach of contract actions and litigation involving life sciences
and intellectual property.
Manning is a co-founder of the Chicago Women Antitrust Lawyers Network and
a member of the American Bar Association Section of Antitrust Law. She was
vice chair of the 2020 ABA Antitrust Section 13th International Cartel
Workshop, where she moderated a panel demonstration on taking a criminal
antitrust case to trial. The workshop is recognized globally as the premier
international cartel conference with top competition and antitrust
regulators and practitioners attending from around the world. She is also
vice chair of the 2022 conference. Manning is a frequent author and speaker
on topics related to antitrust, government investigations, compliance
issues and the life sciences industry.
“I am honored to be recognized by GCR and to be included with distinguished
lawyers who have made significant contributions to antitrust and
competition law,” Manning said. “I am also grateful to my McGuireWoods
antitrust team for their excellent work and support.”
McGuireWoods represents clients throughout the world in virtually every
significant area of antitrust and competition law, including litigation and
government investigations, business antitrust counseling and mergers. The
firm was ranked in two antitrust litigation categories in the 2021 edition
The Legal 500 United States, the respected independent guide to the country’s top firms and lawyers.