Keith Klovers is Of Counsel in Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati’s Washington, D.C., office, where his practice focuses on merger review, government conduct investigations, and antitrust litigation and counseling. Prior to joining the firm, Keith served at the Federal Trade Commission as Attorney Advisor to Commissioner Christine S. Wilson and, before that, in the same capacity for Commissioner Maureen K. Ohlhausen. During his tenure, Keith advised the Commissioners on more than one hundred mergers and conduct investigations and several significant antitrust policy initiatives. Before that, he was a Judicial Clerk at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. He previously was an Associate in the Washington, D.C. office of Kirkland & Ellis LLP, where he advised clients in U.S. merger clearance, antitrust litigation, and antitrust compliance matters. Significant matters included Tronox/Cristal, Teva/Allergan generics, and AT&T/Leap Wireless. Mr. Klovers has also served as an economic consultant at Criterion Economics and Empiris, where he helped prepare expert testimony in antitrust, finance, and telecommunications matters.
Common ownership: Solutions in search of a problemConcurrences Books, Douglas Ginsburg and Keith Klovers, 7 November 2021, Frédéric Jenny Liber Amirocum: Standing Up for Convergence and Relevance in Antitrust Liber Amicorum - Volume II (book chapter), Nicolas Charbit and Thomas Moretto (eds.)
Same rule, different result: How the narrowing of product markets has altered substantive antitrust rulesAntitrust Law Journal, Christine Wilson and Keith Klovers (forthcoming)
Analyzing vertical mergers: Accounting for the unilateral effects tradeoff and thinking holistically about efficienciesUniversity of Florida Levin College of Law Legal Studies Research Paper Series Paper/George Mason Law Review, Roger D. Blair, Christine S. Wilson, D. Daniel Sokol, Keith Klovers and Jeremy A. Sandford, No. 20-35/Volume 27, Issue 3