Breaking New Ground in Antitrust Litigation

(Bloomberg Business Week, Fortune & Money)  You could say that antitrust law runs in Joe Saveri’s blood. Growing up, he spent many hours observing the law practice of his father and uncle, who were pioneers in some of the earliest and largest antitrust cases of the 1950s and 1960s.  In college, Saveri studied economics, paving his path for the demanding antitrust field that would later become his passion and his calling card.

“Soon after I began my own legal practice, it was clear to me that the antitrust field was an exciting place to be,” says Saveri, whose 25 years’ experience includes ground-breaking results involving price-fixing claims in the electrical components industry, nonpoaching agreements of employees in high-tech companies, and “reverse payment” agreements between pharmaceutical companies.

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