The Firm has represented plaintiffs and defendants in many of the most significant antitrust litigations of the last several decades. Collectively, these cases have involved billions of dollars in potential damages and raised the specter of crippling criminal penalties.
We have successfully taken criminal and civil antitrust matters to verdict in courts around the country, and have represented our clients before the administrative tribunals of the Federal Trade Commission. In the process, we have shaped antitrust law through cutting-edge legal arguments on issues such as monopolization, price fixing, and tying claims.
The Firm frequently represents foreign corporations in US-based antitrust litigations, particularly in cases involving the activities of alleged cartels. We have extensive experience in helping our international clients navigate the complexities of US litigation practice, which imposes substantial discovery and other burdens on all parties involved.
Our litigators are skilled at explaining complex antitrust matters clearly and effectively to any audience of decision makers whether a jury in Texas, an appellate panel in New York, or the Supreme Court of the United States. To assist our trial practice, we have long-standing relationships with some of the nation’s leading antitrust economists, whose testimony and expert analyses are often outcome-determinative.
While we excel at the litigation process, we remain practical and results-oriented. We contest matters vigorously, when necessary, but we are equally adept at negotiation and compromise if that is the better course to achieving our clients’ goals.