Larry Malm’s practice focuses on antitrust litigation.
Larry has represented clients on a number of high stakes civil cases involving all aspects of antitrust law, including complex monopolization, restraint of trade, and price-fixing issues. He has advised domestic and international clients in a range of industries on every stage of a complex antitrust litigation, including preliminary injunctions, motions to dismiss, discovery, summary judgment, class certification, pre-trial motions, trial, post-trial motions, appeal, and settlement.
During law school he worked full-time at a prominent Washington think tank on U.S. foreign policy issues. Larry joined the firm in 2010 and became counsel in 2019.
Sabre Holdings in monopolization litigation by US Airways and American Airlines challenging non-discrimination provisions in Sabre’s agreements to distribute flights and fares through Sabre’s computerized reservation system
Sabre Holdings in defeating class certification in a putative class action case involving allegations of an antitrust conspiracy relating to contractual provisions in Sabre’s agreements to distribute flights and fares
Keurig in defeating a preliminary injunction motion challenging “technological tying” of disposables with Keurig’s 2.0 brewer
Teladoc in winning a landmark preliminary injunction against the Texas Medical Board
Several clients in criminal and civil proceedings related to allegations of price fixing
March 25, 2019
November 13, 2017