March 1, 2019

Drinker Team Contributes Chapter on U.S. Antitrust Litigation for Practical Law

Philadelphia partners Paul H. Saint-Antoine and Joanne C. Lewers, Washington, D.C. partner Lee Roach, New York associate Lucas B. Michelen and Philadelphia associates Amanda M. Pasquini and John S. Yi authored a chapter on U.S. private antitrust litigation, in a Q&A format, for the Thomson Reuters’ international Practical Law Guide on Private Antitrust Litigation.

The chapter authored by the Drinker attorneys addresses a host of issues applicable to U.S. private antitrust litigation, including: the substantive bases for bringing private antitrust actions; the parties to such actions; the applicable statute of limitations; other potential defenses; burdens of proof; damages; recovery of attorneys’ fees and costs; alternative dispute resolution and settlements; appeals; and proposed legislative reforms.

The Practical Law Guide on Private Antitrust Litigation serves as a starting point of practical reference for both clients and practitioners in considering the various merits of commencing, defending or settling antitrust claims in jurisdictions around the world. The chapter contributed by members of Drinker Biddle’s Antitrust Team focuses on the United States.

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