Our international reputation for excellence is based on successes in numerous high-profile antitrust cases. We were founded in 1994 as a boutique antitrust firm, and maintain our commitment to antitrust today.
We remain best known for our record-breaking accomplishments on behalf of plaintiffs. We nonetheless have substantial experience representing defendants — from Fortune 500 companies to small, family firms — in antitrust and commercial litigation.
Constantine Cannon has litigated and counseled clients on antitrust matters that are relevant to a number of industries.
Our attorneys are both experts in antitrust law and seasoned litigators. Our approach to every case, whether on the plaintiff’s side or the defense, is to be prepared to take the case to trial. Through technology, optimization of resources, and the specialized expertise of CAAS LLC, a consulting entity with which the firm has an existing relationship, we are able to contain the rapidly increasing costs of litigation better than other firms.
Our counseling services include advising clients on the antitrust issues raised by certain business practices; enforcement agency investigations and business reviews; litigation risk assessment; merger analysis; management and employee training; advice on competitor collaborations, including joint ventures, standard setting organizations, and trade associations; and investigations into alleged antitrust violations.
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