August 12, 2020

Volume X, Number 225

Richard A. Duncan

Rick Duncan is a guide for clients facing antitrust issues and is an advocate for Indian tribes during litigation. He also represents clients in environmental litigation.

Antitrust and Trade Regulation 

Rick advises clients on antitrust questions involving mergers and acquisitions, distribution channels, joint ventures, government agency investigations, trade association activities, pricing policies, intellectual property issues, and promotional programs. He is experienced on matters related to:

  • Hart-Scott-Rodino Act compliance and investigation 

  • Allegations of exclusionary conduct 

  • Monopolization and attempted monopolization claims 

  • Price-fixing cases

  • Sherman Act counseling

  • Lanham Act/deceptive advertising claims


Indian Law 

Rick is an ally when Indian tribes need to make their case in court. He has experience assisting tribes in litigation related to:

  • Federal environmental law

  • Commercial litigation

  • Obtaining state court recognition of tribal court judgments

  • Trust claims 

  • Amendment of tribal constitutions 

  • Tribal sovereign immunity 

  • Indian Gaming Regulatory Act

Environmental Matters

Rick represents clients in complex litigation related to potential environmental hazards. In the wake of oil spills, he has represented commercial fishermen on claims related to their business losses. He has also advised on matters related to radioactive waste storage and has provided pro bono counsel on wildlife protection and Wilderness Act issues.

Articles in the National Law Review database by Richard A. Duncan