Joseph J. Bial is a partner with Paul Weiss in Washington, D.C.. Joseph Bial regularly represents clients in high-profile antitrust and commercial litigation in federal district and appellate courts, as well as before state and federal regulatory agencies. Joe also has extensive experience handling antitrust, international cartel and anti-monopoly cases in the United States and Asia. He is also an adjunct professor at Antonin Scalia Law School, George Mason University.
A F/RAND Commitment Does Not Bar Injunctive Relief According to New DOJ, USPTO and NIST Policy Statement on Remedies for Standards-Essential PatentsJoseph J. Bial, Nicholas P. Groombridge, Catherine Nyarady, Jacqueline P. Rubin, Eric Alan Stone and Aidan Synnott, Paul Weiss Antitrust Publication, December 30, 2019
D.C. Circuit Upholds Denial of Class Certification Where Plaintiffs’ Economic Model Showed Uninjured MembersJustin Anderson, Craig A. Benson, Joseph J. Bial, William B. Michael, Jacqueline P. Rubin and Aidan Synnott, Paul Weiss Antitrust Publication, August 23, 2019
DOJ Business Review Letter Provides Insights into Appropriate Safeguards for Standard-Setting OrganizationsCraig A. Benson, Jacqueline P. Rubin, Aidan Synnott, Charles (Rick) Rule and Andrew J. Forman, Paul Weiss Antitrust Publication, December 5, 2019