Thomas Donovan practices primarily in the areas of antitrust and commercial litigation, as well as antitrust counseling. He represents companies in merger clearance proceedings, as well as in civil antitrust litigation and criminal antitrust investigations. His experience includes both the defense and prosecution of private treble damage actions alleging monopolization, contracts and conspiracies in restraint of trade, price discrimination, denial of access to transportation and other essential facilities and other antitrust violations, as well as the evaluation and defense of mergers and acquisitions under the antitrust laws. He has also defended against criminal prosecutions alleging antitrust, environmental, fraud and other white collar offenses. Thomas also provides antitrust counseling on a wide range of issues including pricing, joint ventures, market foreclosure issues and compliance programs.
In addition to his work on antitrust issues, Thomas represents clients in other commercial litigation and provides advice in product distribution relationships.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Thomas A. Donovan