Katten's Antitrust and Competition Litigation attorneys provide effective representation to clients in dozens of industries including health care, financial services, aviation, consumer products, industrial goods, construction, pharmaceuticals, electronics, media and transportation services. With a deep understanding of the increasingly competitive and litigious environment in which our clients operate, we help to advance their business and litigation objectives with insight, sophistication and efficiency.
Katten's experienced antitrust attorneys regularly obtain favorable results in antitrust investigations as well as in civil and criminal cases. Our team has handled the complete spectrum of antitrust matters, including price-fixing, bid-rigging, monopolization, tying arrangements, price discrimination and competition disputes arising out of the exercise of intellectual property rights. We have extensive experience responding to grand jury and administrative subpoenas and defending government investigations. Frequently our work involves complex parallel proceedings in multiple jurisdictions where civil class action litigation and domestic and foreign government investigations are being prosecuted simultaneously. We have represented many clients in multidistrict litigations, class actions and "opt-out" cases.
Our antitrust litigators develop efficient strategies to protect our clients' interests in each proceeding. Our practice includes several former Assistant US Attorneys and Department of Justice attorneys who focus on resolving disputes prior to litigation, and, when required, serve as champions of our clients' positions in court.
While our goal is always to avoid prosecution, enforcement actions or civil litigation against our clients, the members of Katten's Antitrust and Competition Litigation team act as powerful advocates, from the first request for information through trial and the appellate courts.
OUR CLIENTS SAY...
"We've been very happy and the results have been very good."
Chambers USA 2016
(Litigation: General Commercial)