Kenneth’s practice spans all industries, including extensive experience with pharmaceuticals, medical devices, and healthcare; high-technology industries; media; and financial institutions. He has particular experience in antitrust economics and, after law school and prior to joining the firm, worked as an antitrust economist on monopolization litigation as executive director of Legal Economics LLC. Kenneth joined the firm in 2010 and became a partner in 2016.
Fifth Circuit upholds FTC’s Impax decision in first fully litigated post-actavis reverse payment decisionCleary Gottlieb, Kenneth Reinker, Bruce Hoffman, Kathleen Bradish and George Cary, 23 April 2021, Alert Memorandum
The “twenty-first century Antitrust Act” raises the risks of doing business in New YorkCleary Gottlieb, Leah Brannon, Bruce Hoffman, Brian Byrne, Daniel Culley, Jeremy Calsyn, Elaine Ewing, Kenneth Reinker, George Cary and David Gelfand, 1 June 2021, Alert Memorandum