James J. Calder devotes his practice to antitrust and competition law. He is co-head of the firm’s Antitrust and Competition practice.
James’ antitrust practice includes litigation, counseling and responding to government antitrust investigations. He handles matters involving price fixing, market allocation, group boycotts and other horizontal restraints; monopolization, intellectual property licensing and other intellectual property issues; industry-wide standard setting efforts; vertical restraints; distribution issues; and Robinson-Patman Act problems.
Articles in the National Law Review database by James J. Calder