Jonathan Sallet provides counsel and litigation strategy on matters involving antitrust law, communications law, and broader issues of competition policy. In addition to his years in private practice, Jon recently served as general counsel of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and as deputy assistant attorney general in the Antitrust Division of the US Department of Justice (DOJ).
In the Clinton Administration, he served in the US Department of Commerce (DOC), focusing on technology-policy issues. Jon’s demonstrated experience enables him to authoritatively advise clients on merger and non-merger antitrust matters, and to effectively represent clients in connection with antitrust investigations and/or litigation. He is a recognized thought leader and has published numerous publications concerning competition, innovation, and technology.
Most recently, in the DOJ’s Antitrust Division, Jon had responsibility for specific merger and conduct investigations and litigation matters across a variety of industries. He served as the Division’s senior decision maker on select cases and oversaw ongoing district court and appellate litigation.
As general counsel of the FCC, Jon led the defense of the 2015 Open Internet Order and oversaw the FCC’s review of major telecommunications mergers. He also handled a large variety of communications law issues reviewed by the Office of General Counsel, including privacy and cybersecurity matters. In recognition of his experience in administrative law and regulatory issues, President Obama appointed Jon to the governing council of the Administrative Conference of the United States.
At the DOC, Jon served as assistant to the secretary and director of the Office of Policy & Strategic Planning, heading the Administration’s first educational technology working group under the National Economic Council.
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