• Antitrust Litigation: Manufacturing

    Represented a global medical device manufacturer defending antitrust claims in the district of Colorado. 

  • Antitrust Litigation: Energy

    Represented a midstream asset company in a dispute with a leading provider of midstream services, in which the service provider ended a facilities-sharing agreement between the two



The explosive growth of technology and global markets has spurred increased competition across industries and product categories. Simultaneously, the volume and complexity of the antitrust and trade regulation laws governing competition continuously evolve. In this climate, aggressive legal representation that contemplates all aspects of antitrust law is critical to effectively defending – or pursuing – such claims.

Munsch Hardt’s Litigation practice is comprised of sophisticated antitrust and competition attorneys. Our team tirelessly represents clients in every area, from criminal and civil investigations conducted by federal and state agencies to large-scale antitrust class actions, arbitrations and appeals. By taking the time to clearly explain risks and challenges associated with such matters, our clients are able to make informed decisions based on their unique business objectives.

Publicly- and privately-held companies from all industries and in all stages of growth turn to Munsch Hardt for sophisticated advice and counsel. Our in-depth experience with key players in the banking and financial institutions, energy, health care, insurance, manufacturing, technology, telecommunications and transportation industries position our Antitrust attorneys to produce favorable and cost-effective results, whether through early case dismissals, other dispositive motions, strategic settlements or trials.

In addition to understanding the complexities of antitrust law, we know our clients’ businesses. This enables us to advise on antitrust matters as they relate to the following issues:

  • Bid-rigging investigations
  • Interlocking directorates
  • Dealer and distribution practices
  • Joint ventures and merger transactions
  • Extensions of consumer credit
  • Monopolization
  • Franchising and licensing agreements
  • Price fixing and marketing practices
  • Intellectual property
  • Unfair competition