2 edition of Representing corporate clients in the prosecution of government and private antitrust lawsuits found in the catalog.
Representing corporate clients in the prosecution of government and private antitrust lawsuits
New England Antitrust Conference (10th 1976 Boston, Mass.)
by Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education-New England Law Institute in Boston, Mass
Written in English
|Other titles||Tenth New England Antitrust Conference|
|Statement||sponsored by Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education-New England Law Institute, Inc., American Law Institute-American Bar Association Committee on Continuing Professional Education, and the Antitrust Committee of the Boston Bar Association.|
|Contributions||Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education-New England Law Institute, inc., American Law Institute-American Bar Association Committee on Continuing Professional Education., Boston Bar Association. Antitrust Committee.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings)|
Daniel represents individual and corporate clients facing white-collar criminal prosecution in both state and federal court, as well as regulatory investigations pursued by the Department of Justice, the Securities & Exchange Commission, the North Carolina Attorney General's Office, the Environmental Protection Agency, and other enforcement bodies. Sheppard Mullin represents clients in connection with such proceedings, and we frequently advise companies based in Europe, Asia, Australia and Africa on the application of U.S. antitrust laws to their businesses in the United States and elsewhere.
Anna Pletcher, Partner—Antitrust & Competition Anna Pletcher is an experienced litigator and former federal prosecutor who represents clients on a broad range of antitrust issues, as well as sensitive white collar and corporate investigations. Assisting clients in designing and maintaining their antitrust compliance programs to prevent antitrust problems and to help protect against potential antitrust prosecutions We have had the privilege of assisting clients involved in antitrust and trade regulation challenges and .
Listed below are representative antitrust matters in which our partners have participated. Serving as lead trial counsel for book publisher Penguin (USA) Inc. in the eBooks action brought and tried by the U.S. Department of Justice — named by Global Competition Review as the Behavioral Matter of the Year (—Americas) — as well as in over 30 cases brought by state attorneys general and. depositions and preparation for depositions. The nature of antitrust lawsuits is that it ca n be much more ex pensiv e to d efend against a lawsuit than to bri ng a suit, although the threat of countersuits makes this more symmetric. This feature œ more expensive to defend than to bring œ makes the antitrust laws a useful.
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Many of our antitrust litigators also counsel our clients on antitrust issues, making us particularly attuned to our clients' larger business objectives in any dispute, and better able to translate litigation issues into cost-effective preventive counseling.
U.S. AT&T Inc. et al. Representing AT&T as antitrust counsel in its proposed $ We represent clients in private antitrust litigation, government investigations, and licensing disputes with competitors, among other matters.
We have provided counseling on strategic business transactions, patent litigation settlements, citizen petitions, potential antitrust claims in relations to the misuse of Risk Evaluation and Mitigation. The Antitrust group represents both plaintiffs and defendants, providing an unparalleled perspective to clients in complex and/or novel actions.
We became pioneers in plaintiffs’ side international pricing cases when we brought the first antitrust lawsuits against certain Chinese manufacturers for conspiring to fix the prices of Vitamin C and. Firm Overview: Kostelanetz & Fink, LLP has an unparalleled reputation for representing clients in sensitive and high stakes negotiations and controversies with government agencies, including tax audits and trials, regulatory investigations, white collar criminal matters, and complex litigation.
Washington DC-based Scott Gant is retained by clients at trial and appellate level to litigate in antitrust, intellectual property and constitutional law.
The firm's Fort Lauderdale office boasts Carl Goldfarb, who acted in a number of anticompetitive behavior suits brought against consumer goods and healthcare businesses in the past year.
An antitrust lawsuit is any suit filed under federal or state antitrust lawsuit can be brought by a company’s competitors for anticompetitive business practices, or by purchasers of a product or service, if the anticompetitive practice may have increased the price they paid.
A consumer may have paid an inflated price because several competitors in a market conspired to fix prices. Clients appreciate that Kirkland offers 'fresh, dynamic and commercial advice, is clear at explaining the law and very good at understanding [clients’] business.' - Chambers UK, Our Antitrust & Competition Practice Group guides clients through their greatest challenges and opportunities relating to fair competition in a global marketplace.
BASIC ANTITRUST RULES OF THUMB Kevin J. O’Connor Godfrey & Kahn 3. Private lawsuits: Any person injured by an antitrust violation may bring a civil lawsuit for triple damages or injunctive relief under state or federal law. Most antitrust lawsuits Agreements among competing buyers can violate the antitrust laws.
Representing a prominent hedge fund in the trial defense against an SEC insider trading action. Defending a former Big Four accounting firm audit partner at a trial involving allegations brought by the SEC Division of Enforcement and Investigations of the U.S.
Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB). Criminal investigation yielded several criminal convictions, including individual corporate employee criminal convictions, as well as corporate felony convictions for antitrust violations.
Our client, though targeted for criminal prosecution, was never criminally charged, nor. penalties―essentially fines―rather than criminal prosecution To assure that private parties have an adequate economic incentive to undertake costly antitrust litigation, federal competition law in the United States authorizes the award of treble damages, plus attorneys’ fees.
As our. GCR (Global Competition Review) is the world's leading antitrust and competition law journal and news service. GCR provides breaking news, daily updates and in-depth monthly features covering antitrust and competition enforcement in countries around the world.
GCR also features guest commentary and articles from the world's leading competition law and antitrust practitioners. Our antitrust practitioners provide practical and insightful advice and forceful representation in the full range of health care related antitrust matters including litigation, mergers and acquisitions and other transactions, as well as representing clients in connection with investigations by the FTC, Department of Justice, and state attorneys.
The partners in our Antitrust Practice Group have decades of experience counseling clients on complex antitrust questions and compliance issues, as well as representing clients in government investigations, both civil and criminal, and in private treble damage lawsuits.
In addition, we advise and assist clients with their pre-merger notification obligations under Hart-Scott-Rodino as well as help. In almost all antitrust lawsuits, both parties need to present expert economic testimony to either prove or disprove liability and damages. If either the plaintiff or defendant can prevent the other side’s expert from testifying, that side’s case will be considerably weakened.
Dorsey’s Antitrust and Competition Law practice combines broad experience in complex corporate transactions with a sophisticated litigation and counseling practice.
More than 20 Dorsey lawyers provide creative and practical advice concerning all forms of competition law, including foreign, U.S. and state competition laws, across many industries. We represent clients in a full range of antitrust litigation, including private class actions, criminal and administrative investigations.
He has more than a decade of experience successfully resolving every variety of antitrust and competition matter, from government investigations, to criminal prosecutions and government enforcement actions against businesses and individuals, to class actions and other private civil actions.
Theresa Trzaskoma is a highly accomplished trial lawyer and trusted adviser with more than two decades of experience representing clients in a wide variety of civil and white collar criminal matters.
She brings sound judgment and creativity to bear in each of her cases, and obtains excellent results for her clients through powerful advocacy and. In private antitrust class actions and individual lawsuits, solid defense requires extensive experience and a steady hand.
We have defended clients in every type of antitrust case, including federal and state court class action clusters involving hundreds of class actions consolidated by the Judicial Panel on Multi-District Litigation. CorralRosales 40+ years of experience in advising and representing corporate clients in key fields for business, especially corporate, employment, tax, competition, intellectual property, regulatory and litigation, endorse CorralRosales’ local and international standing.
Investigations dealing with government procurement and private. extensive reliance upon such private attorneys general to enforce the federal antitrust and securities laws, to challenge corporate self-dealing in derivative actions, and to protect a host of other statutory policies.”).
See. Rubenstein, supra. n at –49 (citing .Atlanta law firm Rogers & Hardin has an exceptional team of lawyers with extensive experience in government investigations and enforcement actions.
It includes a former Branch Chief for the SEC’s Enforcement Division with over a decade of experience representing clients in complex government fraud investigations and litigation, both civil and criminal, a former federal prosecutor who, prior.His antitrust litigation experience includes both defending against and prosecuting nationwide and regional antitrust claims, both in the private and class action context.
Dennis has represented clients in antitrust matters involving a diverse array of businesses, including ocean shipping, textiles, herbicides, air cargo, timber, food products.