The competitive marketplace is governed by a complex web of antitrust laws. The laws have a noble aim: to create a marketplace of fair competition that benefits the average consumer. But sometimes, companies are unfairly regulated or sued. And many times, lawsuits are brought by one competitor against another. Our firm uses our prodigious litigation and trial skills to help a company either enforce their rights to fair competition or to protect clients from suits alleging violations of the antitrust laws. We work with experts in the field of competition to craft the best possible outcome for our clients. Our representative matters include:
- Successfully dismissed Sherman Antitrust case against a developer of real estate in Washington, DC. Jay Gross v. Stephen Wright, 85 F.Supp.3d 39 (D. DC. 2016).
- Representing an Illinois pharmacy against a National pharmacy and pharmaceutical company relating to anti-competitive distribution of products.
- Represented a national franchisor in a multiweek arbitration proceeding brought by an area developer and multi-unit franchisee involving price-discrimination claims under the Robinson-Patman Act
- Defended a multinational company against claims of antitrust violations, resulting in a favorable result
- Defended an international distributor of electronic equipment against price-discrimination claims