Steven J. Kaiser’s practice focuses on civil litigation concentrating in antitrust.
His work includes antitrust counseling in connection with mergers and acquisitions, pre-merger filings under the Hart-Scott-Rodino Act and similar laws in other jurisdictions.
Steven joined the firm in 1996.
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.
Sabre Holdings in two antitrust litigations involving global distribution of airline tickets.
NSK in antitrust class action litigation involving allegations of price-fixing in the sale of bearings.
Lafarge in antitrust class action litigation and related matters involving allegations of price-fixing in the sale of gypsum wallboard.
Travelocity in an antitrust action relating to the online-travel industry.
ConocoPhillips in separate antitrust matters involving standard-setting relating to diesel fuel and workplace drug testing.
Henkel in an antitrust conspiracy case.
March 29, 2017