Antitrust Conversations: Antitrust Litigation

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Wilson Sonsini’s partner Ken O'Rourke and associate Allison Smith review the different types of antitrust litigation. In this episode, they discuss:

• Types of antitrust litigation and the distinctions between:

- Civil vs. criminal

- Government entities vs. private companies

- Merger litigation vs. conduct cases

• Impact of class action in antitrust litigation and the added layers and complexity they bring to See more +

Wilson Sonsini’s partner Ken O'Rourke and associate Allison Smith review the different types of antitrust litigation. In this episode, they discuss:

• Types of antitrust litigation and the distinctions between:

- Civil vs. criminal

- Government entities vs. private companies

- Merger litigation vs. conduct cases

• Impact of class action in antitrust litigation and the added layers and complexity they bring to an ongoing case

• Advising clients facing antitrust litigation

**This video is for informational purposes only. It is not intended to create an attorney-client relationship or constitute an advertisement, a solicitation, or professional advice as to any particular situation.** See less -

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