Antitrust Law Source is designed for visitors to quickly and easily learn about developments in the growing antitrust arena. Our primary format will be podcasts, but will also include e-books and articles from time to time. Podcasts will offer a variety of discussions and interviews with thought leaders across industries affected by antitrust regulations.
The site is prepared by members of our Antitrust Practice Group and will feature news and information on a wide range of areas including:
- ABC’s of antitrust
- Consumer protection
- Criminal government enforcement
- Health care
- Privacy and data security
- Intellectual property/technology
- Mergers and acquisitions
- Civil litigation
Jay Levine is a partner in the firm’s Washington, D.C. Litigation Department. His practice is concentrated in complex litigation and counseling and he is co-chair of the firm’s Antitrust and Consumer Protection Practice Group. He is also the managing editor of the firm’s innovative Antitrust Law Source blog and host of its podcast, as well editor of the firm’s Food And Agriculture Quarterly.
Don Barnes is also based in the Firm’s Washington, D.C. office, where he chairs Porter Wright’s Antitrust Law Practice Group. His practice is concentrated in antitrust/trade regulation law, agricultural cooperative law, trade association representation, and complex antitrust and commercial litigation. In addition to the agricultural sector, where he is recognized as one of the country’s leading experts, Don has represented clients on antitrust matters in the defense, entertainment, high technology, health care, and construction industries.
Molly Crabtree is a partner based in Ohio’s state capital of Columbus. She has significant experience representing both domestic and foreign companies with their complex litigation needs, including criminal antitrust investigations and litigation. One of Molly’s litigation specialties is management and efficient analysis of electronically stored information to assist clients in effectively and defensibly protecting themselves from excessive discovery and production costs.
Darcy concentrates her practice primarily in commercial disputes and tort litigation. She has experience in all aspects of civil litigation in both state and federal court, from initial case assessment through settlement, trial, and appeals. Darcy also has significant experience working with all current software platforms supporting current e-discovery requirements under both state and federal rules of civil procedure.
Jason represents companies in a variety of complex commercial litigations and arbitrations, with an emphasis on reinsurance, insurance, healthcare and antitrust disputes, as well as counseling in franchise and distribution matters. As a former economic analyst – both with the Antitrust Division of the U.S. Department of Justice and with Capitol Economics in Washington, D.C. – Jason also brings to his practice the perspective of an economist and a regulator.