Antitrust

Goldman Ismail has a proven track record in high-stakes antitrust litigation. 

Goldman Ismail’s antitrust practice has been called on to navigate cutting-edge issues in cases with millions to billions of dollars in dispute. Time and time again, Goldman Ismail has achieved favorable results. In complex antitrust cases spanning multiple industries, the firm has secured victories for its clients ranging from successful dispositive motions to voluntary dismissals to favorable settlements. The team at Goldman Ismail has excelled both working alone and in partnership with other firms.

Representative Matters

In re K-Dur Antitrust Litigation

Goldman Ismail served as lead trial counsel in defending a class action alleging an illegal reverse-payment in connection with a patent litigation settlement involving prescription potassium supplement K-Dur 20.

Federal Trade Commission v. Staples, Inc.

Goldman Ismail represented Staples, Inc. in opposing the Federal Trade Commission’s efforts to obtain a preliminary injunction to block a proposed $6.3 billion merger with Office Depot, Inc.

In re Zetia Antitrust Litigation

Goldman Ismail represents Merck in defending over a dozen putative antitrust class actions claiming that the settlement of a Zetia Hatch-Waxman patent case violated antitrust laws.

Home Depot U.S.A., Inc. v. Lafarge North America Inc.

Goldman Ismail is lead trial counsel in defending an opt-out antitrust case alleging that a nationwide conspiracy to fix prices in the drywall industry violated the Sherman Act. 

Pro Slab Inc. v. Argos North America Corp.

Goldman Ismail is lead trial counsel in defending a putative class action alleging a conspiracy to fix prices, rig bids, and/or allocate territories and customers in certain markets for ready-mix concrete. 

Plumbers and Pipefitters Local 572 Health and Welfare Fund v. Merck & Co. Inc.

Goldman Ismail served as trial counsel in defending a putative class action brought by health benefit payors relating to co-pay subsidy programs. 

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