Constantine Cannon's Wyatt Fore Honored in a Category for the 2023 Antitrust Enforcement Awards by the American Antitrust Institute
Constantine Cannon is pleased to announce that the American Antitrust Institute has honored Wyatt Fore for its 2023 Antitrust Enforcement Awards in the category of “Outstanding Antitrust Litigation Achievement by a Young Lawyer.” AAI’s Antitrust Enforcement Awards recognize leading practitioners and economists, and recipients will be honored at the AAI Awards Night on November 2, following AAI’s Annual Private Enforcement Conference.
This award recognizes Wyatt’s role on the case team for IMCC v. OCEMA et al., a landmark competition case arising under §41102(c) of the Shipping Act. The case team, which includes Stephen Cannon, David Golden, Allison Sheedy, Daniel Vitelli, Richard Levine, Janice Johnson, and Osob Samantar, recently won in part its motion for summary decision before the Administrative Law Judge. Wyatt is an emerging thought leader on the competition provisions of the Shipping Act, including co-authoring a White Paper on its private enforcement provisions.
Wyatt is an attorney in the firm’s Washington, DC office, where he focuses on complex antitrust litigation, government investigations, and counseling.
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