Kenneth Gallo draws effusive praise from market commentators who applaud his top-tier handling of complex antitrust litigation.
Co-chair of the antitrust practice group and chair of the Washington, DC office, Ken Gallo has substantial trial experience in antitrust, patent and major commercial disputes. He has tried cases involving the banking and payments industries, computer hardware and software products, medical and telecommunications equipment, commercial real estate and biotechnology products.
Ken regularly represents clients in private and government antitrust matters, including claims related to alleged monopolisation, tying, mergers and acquisitions, cartels and the interplay between the antitrust and intellectual property laws. He has been recognised as one of America’s top antitrust, patent and commercial litigators by various publications including Chambers USA, Benchmark/Institutional Investor, Best Lawyers in America, The Legal 500, The National Law Journal and Financial Times, which named Ken one of the “top 10 agents for change”. Ken was selected to Who’s Who Legal: Competition Economists co-published with Global Competition Review.
Ken is a former member of the firm’s management committee.