Eamon O’Kelly is an experienced litigator and advisor who focuses his practice on antitrust and trade regulation issues. A leader in the antitrust field, Eamon has represented Fortune 100 companies and European and Asian multinationals. Prior to joining Robins Kaplan LLP, Eamon led the antitrust group of a 1,500-lawyer international law firm, where he defended publically traded companies in significant “bet the company” litigation across a range of legal matters, including the Sherman Act, Federal Trade Commission Act, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) and others. He also represents clients in commercial litigation matters in federal and New York State courts, as well as in alternative dispute resolution. In addition to his litigation work, Eamon advises clients on regulatory issues, including pricing and distribution. Eamon’s achievements have been recognized by numerous organizations, and he has consistently been selected for inclusion in Best Lawyers, Chambers USA, and Super Lawyers.
’Abuse of Dominance’: Was this what Congress originally intended for Section 2?Westlaw Today, Eamon O’Kelly and Vidya Dindiyal, 6 July 2021