June 28, 2017
On the ten-year anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court’s landmark decision addressing resale price maintenance, our experienced antitrust attorneys provide an overview of the current state of the law relating to resale price maintenance in the U.S. and Europe, discuss what has changed – and what has not changed – since Leegin was decided, and offer practical guidance for companies with international distribution operations.
Sébastien Evrard is a partner in the Hong Kong office of Gibson Dunn and a member of the firm’s global Antitrust and Competition Practice. He handles complex antitrust matters in Asia, including merger control, non-merger investigations, and litigation. His practice also focuses on the antitrust aspects of intellectual property rights. He is a co-author of Anti-Monopoly Law and Practice in China.
Joshua Lipton, a partner in the Washington, DC office of Gibson Dunn, authored the briefs in Leegin. His practice covers a broad range of antitrust and competition issues, including civil litigation, mergers and acquisitions, cartel enforcement, and counseling, including providing distribution and pricing advice to clients in a range of industries.
Jens-Olrik Murach is a partner in the Brussels and Frankfurt offices of Gibson Dunn and a member of the firm’s global Antitrust and Competition Practice. He advises on complex merger control matters and investigations both before the European Commission and the German Federal Cartel Office.
Joshua H. Soven is a partner in the Washington, DC office of Gibson Dunn and a member of the firm’s global Antitrust and Competition Practice Group, focusing on government antitrust investigations, antitrust litigation, and counseling on a wide range of competition issues. Mr. Soven served in high-level positions in the Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice and at the Federal Trade Commission.
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