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Lauren Salins focuses her practice on antitrust class action litigation, health care antitrust matters and criminal antitrust investigations. Lauren has represented both US and international companies in complex civil litigation against claims of anticompetitive conduct. She has experience conducting internal investigations for global corporations, and counseling companies and executives in antitrust investigations brought by antitrust enforcement agencies such as the United States Department of Justice and Japan Fair Trade Commission. Read Lauren Salins' full bio.
By Lauren Salins, Gregory E. Heltzer and Mary Strimel on Apr 20, 2017
Posted In Cartel Enforcement, DOJ Developments, Private Litigation
Companies are increasingly facing parallel proceedings involving government investigations and follow-on private litigation. These complex cases often involve competing interests between the parties that can influence a judge’s determination on discovery timing and process. Private plaintiffs are incentivized to obtain as much information about the case as early as possible to support their allegations and...
By Lauren Salins on Feb 24, 2017
Posted In U.S. Supreme Court Developments
On January 31, 2017, President Trump nominated Neil Gorsuch to fill the vacant seat at the Supreme Court of the United States left by the late Justice Antonin Scalia. As a federal judge for the US Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit, a former private practitioner, and an adjunct professor of antitrust law at...
By Stefan M. Meisner, Lauren Salins and Stephen Wu on Oct 25, 2016
Posted In Cartel Enforcement, DOJ Developments, FTC Developments, Healthcare Antitrust
On October 20, 2016, the United States Department of Justice Antitrust Division (DOJ) and Federal Trade Commission (FTC) issued joint Antitrust Guidance to Human Resource (HR) Professionals (the Guidance) involved in hiring and compensation decisions. The agencies issued the guidance to educate HR professionals about how the antitrust laws apply in the employment context. Read...