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Antitrust & Trade Regulation

Faegre Baker Daniels offers a robust antitrust practice representing clients in litigation, mergers and business counseling. Our antitrust team of more than 30 attorneys represents clients in state and federal court and before state, federal and international regulatory and enforcement agencies. FaegreBD lawyers have been named Super Lawyers in their respective states for antitrust and have been voted among the best lawyers in America for antitrust law and antitrust litigation.

Business Transactions, Mergers and Acquisitions

From our offices in the United States, Europe and Asia, we advise our clients worldwide on the antitrust implications of:

  • Mergers
  • Acquisitions
  • Divestitures
  • Licensing and other IP-related matters
  • Joint venture arrangements

Our antitrust clients include multinational corporations from every sector of the economy including financial, agricultural, consumer products, health care and manufacturing industries. We also represent trade associations.

Litigation

Our attorneys have deep experience litigating the full range of antitrust matters. We have successfully represented our clients in matters involving:

  • Sherman Act Section 1 class action claims for price fixing, bid rigging and market allocation
  • Sherman Act Section 1 claims brought by competitors for anti-competitive practices
  • Sherman Act Section 2 claims for monopolization and attempted monopolization
  • Clayton Act Section 7 claims brought by enforcement agencies challenging mergers
  • Government investigations related to antitrust compliance including price fixing and bid rigging
  • Foreign Corrupt Practices Act
  • Robinson-Patman Act price discrimination claims

Contact



Richard A. Duncan, Minneapolis
+1 612 766 8612
Kathy L. Osborn, Indianapolis
+1 317 237 8261
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