Antitrust Advocate Editors:
Carl Hittinger serves as BakerHostetler’s Antitrust and Competition Practice Team Leader. Mr. Hittinger focuses his practice on complex commercial and civil rights litigation with an emphasis on antitrust and unfair competition matters. His more than 40 years of experience handling “bet-the-company” litigation and successfully trying lengthy jury and non-jury cases have honed Mr. Hittinger’s skills in the courtroom and in counseling clients on all aspects of civil and criminal antitrust and unfair competition law. Read more.
Danyll Foix represents clients in commercial disputes, with a particular focus on antitrust litigation, investigations and class actions. His private antitrust litigation experience ranges from investigating potential claims to preparing post-trial appeals for clients. He also has represented individuals and companies in government antitrust investigations. Mr. Foix has represented both plaintiffs and defendants in large antitrust and class action cases. Read more.
Antitrust Advocate Contributors:
Gregory Commins has successfully represented clients in complex litigation, in multi-week trials and on appeal in both state and federal courts across the country. Mr. Commins focuses on complex litigation matters involving antitrust class action litigation; intellectual property disputes such as trade secret misappropriation, copyright infringement and patent infringement claims; product liability class actions; environmental claims; and other commercial issues such as breach of contract, fraud and tortious interference claims. Read more.
William DeVinney practices complex litigation, with an emphasis on antitrust litigation. Mr. DeVinney has also represented clients in intellectual property, securities, international trade, white collar crime and other commercial litigation. He has worked on several trial teams and has served as first chair in both jury and bench trials. Mr. DeVinney also has argued before appellate courts, administrative law judges and the United States International Trade Commissioners. Read more.
Tyson Herrold focuses on antitrust and competition matters as well as other complex litigation. Following law school, Mr. Herrold completed judicial clerkships with Federal Judges in the Middle District and Eastern District of Pennsylvania and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. This experience included involvement in high-profile antitrust and Constitutional cases as well as litigation stemming from the financial crisis. Read more.
Jeanne-Michele Mariani leans on knowledge she gained as a law clerk to bolster her developing antitrust and competition practice. Noted for her strength with legal writing and research, Ms. Mariani utilizes a range of skills to meet clients’ needs, including hands-on experience with appellate practices and procedures. Read more.
Julian Perlman is an experienced general commercial litigator and trial lawyer, with a particular emphasis on antitrust and other complex commercial litigation matters. While many legal disputes settle before a final judgment can be reached, Mr. Perlman has unique experience working on matters, on behalf of both plaintiffs and defendants, which have been decided by judges, juries, or arbitrators. Read more.