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The goal of the Antitrust Litigation Committee is twofold: First, to promote, develop and enhance the skills of litigators practicing in the specialized areas of antitrust, trade regulation, and unfair competition law; and second, to provide valuable resources to more general litigators whose practices may intersect with antitrust law and who are seeking to learn more about the practice of, and developments in, the area of antitrust law more broadly. We aim to provide a forum for meaningful networking and the exchange of ideas, while also offering litigation and trial resources of broad appeal to all litigators’ practices.  For the seasoned antitrust attorney and new practitioner alike, we will focus on litigation aspects of antitrust law—from procedural issues to class actions and MDL proceedings, to use of experts and antitrust trials, as well as emerging legal developments such as the intersection of employment law and antitrust law. The Committee provides a unique networking forum and practice resource for litigators that primarily (or just periodically) handle and try antitrust cases.

Message from the Chairs

Welcome to the Antitrust Litigation Committee’s web page.

We are very excited to lead the ABA Litigation Section’s Antitrust Litigation Committee this bar year. While other groups, including the ABA’s Antitrust Section, focus on a wide array of substantive antitrust topics, our Committee will provide a unique hub for both antitrust litigators and more general practitioners who encounter antitrust issues in their matters, offering valuable networking and leadership opportunities as well as practice development resources and programming on the substantive, procedural, and practical skills necessary for successful antitrust litigators. If you handle antitrust litigation at any level, we want to help you make the most out of your practice.

Please join us to learn from and network with top litigators, including former government enforcers, who share a common interest in the challenges and intricacies of antitrust cases, have access to our Committee resources, and contribute to our programs and publications. Committee membership is free with your membership to the ABA’s Litigation Section. Even if antitrust litigation is only a part of your practice, we encourage you to join us. If you are not a member of the Litigation Section, we invite you to join now and become an active member of the Antitrust Litigation Committee.

If you are interested in rolling up your sleeves with us to help guide the future of the Antitrust Litigation Committee, please contact us.  We want your ideas and energy!

The best way to become more involved is to join one of our many subcommittees, which include:

  • Intellectual Property & Antitrust
  • Procedural Issues, MDLs, and Class Actions
  • Trial Practice
  • Criminal Antitrust
  • Government Enforcement
  • International Antitrust
  • Insurance & Antitrust
  • Membership & Social Media
  • Young Lawyers

We also welcome your contributions if you have ideas for new subcommittees.

We also have endless publishing opportunities on our Committee’s web page (Practice Points) and in future newsletters, as well as opportunities to speak and develop other programming. Again, please reach out to us if you would like to get involved in one of our subcommittees or have ideas for member benefits of interest to you. Our success depends on your participation, feedback, and engagement! We look forward to meeting and working with you.

Richard Powers
Allison Reimann
Co-Chairs, Antitrust Litigation Committee

Committee Editors

  • Chris Wilson
  • Craig Reiser

Subcommittee Chairs

  • Criminal Antitrust: Kevin Hart
  • Government Enforcers: Kristina Srica
  • Insurance & Antitrust: David Gauntlett
  • Intellectual Property & Antitrust: Danielle Morello
  • International Antitrust: Molly Kelley
  • M&A Litigation: Ryan Sandrock
  • Membership & Social Media: Nasir Hussain
  • Procedural Issues, MDLs, and Class Actions: Craig Davis
  • Trial Practice: Sean Gates
  • Young Lawyers: Kristina Gliklad