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Antitrust Litigation Committee

Mission

Our committee primarily addresses developments in case law and legislation as they affect antitrust and trade regulation civil and criminal litigation. The committee explores and analyzes substantive antitrust issues with respect to government and private litigation. The committee also explores litigation techniques for handling problems peculiar to complex antitrust litigation and to antitrust grand jury practice.

 

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Get Involved

Involvement in our committee is a great way to keep your practice up-to-date and get more involved in the Section of Litigation. In addition to seeking contributions to our newsletter and website, we are looking for help with our subcommittees. If you think you might be interested in contributing an article, news & development, or case note; joining a subcommittee; or getting involved in leadership, please let us know.


Antitrust Litigation: Spring 2012

The latest edition of the Antitrust Litigation e-newsletter is now available.


 
Message from the Chairs

Welcome!


Thank you for visiting the Antitrust Litigation Committee website. We want this website —and this committee—to be a resource for you. And while we know what we find useful, we care most about what you want to read and learn and do. If you have ideas for CLE or “Lunch and Learn” programs that you would like to attend, please let us or our programming chair, John Rue, know. If you have ideas for an article that you would like to read (or write), please let us or our newsletter chair, Chanda Miller, know. If you are looking for materials on our website but something you need isn’t here, please let us or our website chair, Scott Murray, know. And if, as you are reading and browsing you realize that the case you recently handled, or the current trend in your state or federal courts, or the pitfall that you successfully avoided is something that would help others, please let us know that as well. We are always looking for articles, programs, and web content. After all, the value of the resources the committee provides is only as great as the value its members provide. Thank you for all you do, and please keep those ideas coming! 


Joel Christie
Michael B. de Leeuw

Cochairs, Antitrust Litigation Committee

 

 


 
Subcommittees

 

Our active subcommittees include:

  • Membership
  • Newsletter
  • Programming

 

  • Publications
  • Website
 

Find contact information for committee and subcommittee chairs:

 

 

Antitrust Litigation Leadership

Cochairs Web Editor Newsletter Editor
Joel Christie

Washington, D.C.


Michael B. de Leeuw

New York, NY


Jack Brady

Kansas City, MO


Scott Murray

Newark, NJ


Chanda Miller

Philadelphia, PA