Our lawyers have extensive experience litigating civil and criminal antitrust cases, from representing individual and class action plaintiffs to defending against allegations of price fixing, monopoly or other antitrust violations.
We litigate civil and criminal antitrust and competition matters — including class actions, multidistrict litigations and individual cases. We have extensive experience litigating at both the trial and appellate levels, including the Supreme Court of the United States. We regularly represent clients in government investigations and enforcement actions and criminal prosecutions throughout the United States and before competition authorities in Europe.
Our Antitrust and Competition Litigation team has successfully represented industry-leading companies, global brands, nascent competitors, individual defendants, and class and opt-out plaintiffs in high-stakes and precedent-setting civil and criminal antitrust matters. Many of our lawyers honed their courtroom skills in government positions. Our team includes former members of the U.S. Department of Justice, including the Office of the Solicitor General, who have argued and won both civil and criminal antitrust cases before the Supreme Court of the United States.
Our team has extensive experience in asserting and defending antitrust claims relating to:
Equally adept at resolving matters through alternative means, we regularly explore and utilize arbitration, mediation and negotiated settlements to help clients avoid the risks, costs, intrusion and delays of going to court.