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Baker & Hostetler LLP

2929 ARCH STREET, CIRA CENTER, 12TH FLOOR, PHILADELPHIA, PA 19104-2891, USA
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Carl W Hittinger

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Baker & Hostetler LLP

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A talented trial lawyer, Carl Hittinger focuses on complex commercial and civil rights litigation with an emphasis on antitrust and unfair competition matters. His 36 years of handling "bet the company" litigation and successfully trying lengthy jury and non-jury cases have honed Carl's skills in the courtroom and in counseling clients on all aspects of civil and criminal antitrust and unfair competition law. Carl has resolved high-end, complicated cases for plaintiffs and defendants in trial and appellate courts and before federal and state agencies across the U.S. Carl writes and lectures extensively on antitrust issues and has handled high-profile pro bono civil rights matters.


United States: Antitrust

Civil litigation/class actions

Within: Civil litigation/class actions

Baker & Hostetler LLP’s antitrust practice is noted for its strong East Coast and Midwest coverage. The Washington DC office was particularly active of late, and highlights included representing Caterpillar in private litigation brought by a would-be importer of Chinese-made construction equipment alleging a conspiracy to block the importer from obtaining online distribution; Gregory Commins led. In Philadelphia, Carl Hittinger continues to defend the Deseret News Publishing Company in a case involving the alleged creation of a monopoly in the Salt Lake City newspaper market. The ‘very strong group of attorneys that has a long history of working together’ also includes Lee Simowitz, Robert Brookhiser, who is lauded for his ‘considerable expertise’, and national practice head and ‘strong attorneyRobert Abrams.

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