James J. Calder, Co-Chair of the Firm’s Antitrust Practice, was quoted in a Competition Law360 article on the Qualcomm merger “gun-jumping” case relating to its acquisition of Flarion Technologies in which Qualcomm took control of Flarion prior to the merger date. Mr. Calder noted in the article that this case was unusual, in that historically, the FTC and DOJ have not viewed Qualcomm’s activities in this case as gun jumping ("Qualcomm Case Raises Questions About Gun Jumping," May 23, 2006).