Leo Caseria is a partner in the Antitrust & Trade Regulation practice group in the Los Angeles office of Sheppard Mullin.
Areas of Practice
Mr. Caseria’s practice focuses on antitrust and competition matters. He advises companies on antitrust issues relating to a broad spectrum of business activities. He has represented global companies in connection with antitrust and competition matters relating to standard setting and intellectual property. He has analyzed competition issues in many different industries, including consumer electronics and automotive parts.
Mr. Caseria’s litigation experience includes defending companies against allegations of price-fixing or participation in other types of anticompetitive conspiracies. He also defends companies against allegations of monopolization or exclusionary conduct. He frequently defends companies in a class action or multidistrict litigation context. He has authored articles and counseled on the inclusion of class action waivers in arbitration agreements. Mr. Caseria has also represented plaintiffs in competition cases and advised clients that are considering bringing competition claims. His litigation experience also includes disputes involving unfair competition, business interference and trade secrets.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Leo Caseria