Antitrust Litigation and Government Investigations

Clients rely on our antitrust litigation and government investigations lawyers for their most complex civil, criminal and regulatory needs. We are known as imaginative problem solvers who find creative, practical ways for clients to compete with maximum flexibility and acceptable risk. Our lawyers regularly appear before courts, agencies and tribunals throughout the United States and in Europe and we have achieved success for numerous clients at trial.

We take pride in the fact that we secure positive outcomes for U.S. and international clients who entrust us with high-stakes antitrust matters. These outcomes include securing dismissals of lawsuits, convincing government enforcement agencies not to bring charges, obtaining leniency or immunity under amnesty programs, negotiating favorable plea agreements and settlements, and winning acquittals at trial.

Experienced in all forms of civil antitrust litigation, we represent corporations, trade associations and individuals in follow-on treble damage civil litigation spawned by government investigations and in other civil antitrust litigation, including indirect purchaser and multidistrict class actions. Our trial teams have litigated virtually every aspect of the antitrust laws, including price fixing, monopolization, exclusive dealing, predatory pricing, tying arrangements, price discrimination, and a host of other horizontal and vertical conspiracy claims in industries representing nearly all segments of the economy.

In the criminal antitrust arena, we represent domestic and foreign companies, as well as individuals in proceedings including trials, dawn raids, grand jury investigations and amnesty applications.