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.

Notable Experiences

  • 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

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