Suzanne Munck af Rosenschold
One of the nation’s leading authorities on the intersection of antitrust and intellectual property law.
Suzanne, a former Federal Trade Commission official, is one of the nation’s leading authorities on the intersection of antitrust and intellectual property law.
At the FTC, Suzanne was for several years both Chief Counsel for Intellectual Property and Deputy Director of the Office of Policy Planning. While at the FTC, she led the revision of the Antitrust Guidelines for the Licensing of Intellectual Property in collaboration with the Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice. She also worked on a number of high-profile investigations, led several policy initiatives in the pharmaceutical and technology sectors, and testified before the Senate on behalf of the FTC.
- DOJ clearance of IHS Markit $44 billion merger with S&P Global
- Relo Group combination of BGRS and SIRVA
- Republic Services $2.2 billion acquisition of US Ecology
- Rentokil Initial $6.7 billion acquisition of Terminix Global Holdings
- IHS Markit $44 billion merger with S&P Global
- DOJ issues first coronavirus-related antitrust business review letter
Federal Trade Commission – Paul Rand Dixon Award
Federal Trade Commission – Janet D. Steiger Award, four-time recipient
- cum laude
- Editor, Minnesota Law Review
- Counsel, Davis Polk, 2020-present
- Federal Trade Commission, 2007-2020
- Deputy Director, Office of Policy Planning, 2013-2020
- Chief Counsel for Intellectual Property, 2011-2020
- Attorney, Bureau of Competition and Office of Policy Planning, 2007-2011
- Senior Associate and Associate, Howrey, 2004-2007
- Associate, Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton, 2001-2004
Qualifications and admissions
- District of Columbia
- State of California