Jeremy Morrison's practice focuses on antitrust matters across a range of industries including energy, health care, retail, telecommunications, and finance. His work centers primarily around antitrust compliance counseling, investigations, and mergers and acquisitions review before federal and state agencies. He has experience on matters before the U.S. Department of Justice and Federal Trade Commission as well as the European Commission.Prior to rejoining Jones Day in 2014, Jeremy served for four years with the Federal Trade Commission. During this time he held a supervisory role over hospital mergers and investigated and prosecuted proposed mergers and affiliations. He was lead attorney on multiple FTC merger investigations, including Pinnacle Entertainment's purchase of Ameristar Casinos that resulted in issuance of an administrative complaint and eventual favorable settlement, including divestiture, and Albertson's acquisition of United Supermarkets that resulted in divestiture of two grocery stores in Texas. He also worked extensively on the proposed transaction between Rockford Health System and OSF Healthcare System that resulted in the parties abandoning the transaction after a preliminary injunction favorable to the FTC, Reading Hospital's proposed acquisition of the Surgical Institute of Reading that resulted in issuance of an administrative complaint and abandonment of the transaction, the investigation of Office Depot's affiliation with OfficeMax, and Grifols, S.A.'s acquisition of Talecris Biotherapeutics Holdings that resulted in a divestiture.