J. Wyatt Fore is an attorney in the Washington, DC office of Constantine Cannon, where he concentrates his practice on antitrust litigation, government investigations, and merger and acquisition advocacy. He also provides counseling on a wide array of matters, including antitrust considerations for emerging technologies.
Wyatt has significant experience with complex case litigation and has represented clients, both as plaintiffs and defendants, in a variety of federal and state lawsuits. His clients come from a diverse range of industries, including tech, health care, shipping, finance, airlines, and life sciences.
Wyatt is also an emerging thought leader on cutting-edge antitrust issues. For example, he co-edited the American Bar Association’s Section of Antitrust Law’s White Paper Competition Implications of Big Data and Artificial Intelligence / Machine Learning. He is an active participant in the ABA’s Antitrust Law Section (where he currently serves as Vice Chair of the Media and Technology Committee) and the American Antitrust Institute.
Wyatt also maintains an active pro bono and public interest practice. While in law school he served as a law clerk and trial counsel for plaintiffs in DeBoer v. Snyder, later consolidated sub nom. Obergefell v. Hodges, which guaranteed the nationwide right to marry for same-sex couples.
Wyatt Fore was published in an American Bar Association (ABA) article, A Rising Tide for Competition Enforcement: The Federal Maritime Commission Revitalizes its "Anti-Monopoly Tradition"...Read More
Wyatt Fore published in Icarus (Spring 2019) (Newsletter of the ABA Antitrust Section Media & Technology Committee). Click here to read the article.Read More