Joseph Kay’s practice focuses on antitrust matters, including criminal and civil government investigations and complex civil litigation.
Joseph has represented domestic and international clients in federal, state, and bankruptcy courts, as well as in multinational government investigations.
Joseph joined the firm in 2015.
Keurig in monopolization litigation brought by competitors and purported class action plaintiffs
Multiple non-public grand jury and government investigations relating to alleged antitrust violations (i.e., price-fixing, market allocation, bid-rigging, and no-poach arrangements)
Citigroup in connection with investigations relating to sovereign bond trading
HSBC in sprawling cross-border litigation arising from the Madoff Ponzi scheme, including defending against claims brought in federal, state, and bankruptcy court
Bosch before coalition of State Attorneys General in an investigation into emissions cheating scandal
Petrobras in securities fraud litigation relating to Operation Car Wash
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