Leader of the Antitrust Practice Group.
Recent dismissal of False Claims Act, ("Qui tam") compliant against University as "Arm of the State" not subject to FCLA suit, affirmed by Court of Appeals.
Summary judgment dismissing $1.5 billion false claims act, antitrust, RICO, and breach of contract suits against automotive manufacturer.
Dismissal of compressor manufacturer from criminal and civil class allegations of international price fixing.
Dismissal of Japanese corporate executive from criminal investigation of international price fixing of auto parts.
Representation of trade associations and members in discrimination and boycott cases.
Successfully litigated numerous antitrust cases, alleging monopolization, conspiracy, price discrimination, resale price maintenance or predatory pricing, including health care provider and trade associations cases.
Defeated certification in numerous national class actions involving a broad variety of subject matters and legal issues, including alleged product failure, consumer protection, advertising, price fixing, fraud and truth-in-lending.
Successfully defended over 50 cases involving termination, non-renewal or discriminatory treatment of trade association members, dealers, distributors, franchisees or representatives.
Prevailed in the defense of various automotive original equipment manufacturers and suppliers in complex litigation, including RICO, fraud and breach of contract.
Frequently serves as local or co-counsel in major class action and patent cases.
Defended numerous criminal grand jury investigations or inquiries by the DOJ, FTC. or state attorneys general, without indictment issuing or conviction.
Successfully defended False Claims Act ("Qui Tam") cases against universities, corporations and individuals.
Won numerous cases involving "dealer statutes" including, Wisconsin Fair Dealership Law, Automotive Dealer Day In Court Act, Petroleum Marketing Practices Act, and Wine and Beer Distributing Acts.
Prevailed in numerous administrative proceedings, including dismissal of class action allegations that automotive insurance underwriting standards constituted racially discriminatory "redlining".
Defended various health care industry cases, including summary judgment dismissing allegations of collusive denial of certificate of need by state officials for construction of hospital.