Alan Freedman’s practice focuses on a broad range of antitrust matters, including merger review, litigation, and counseling.
Alan joined the firm in 2016. Prior to law school, he was a senior analyst at NERA Economic Consulting, where he worked on antitrust litigation and merger reviews.
Keurig in monopolization litigation centralized in the Southern District of New York, including the defense of five complaints brought by two competitors, two purported classes, and an individual purchaser, as well as Keurig’s pursuit of counterclaims alleging false and misleading advertising by a competitor.
21st Century Fox in U.S. antitrust review of its $71.3 billion sale of its film and television studios and certain cable networks to The Walt Disney Company.
Essilor in its combination with Luxottica, which secured unconditional EU and U.S. clearance and resulted in a combined entity with a market capitalization of €46 billion.
- Managing Editor, The University of Chicago Law Review