Weil, Gotshal & Manges (New York)

Albert F. Cahn

Weil, Gotshal & Manges (New York)
Lawyer (Associate)

Albert Fox Cahn is an associate in the Antitrust/Competition practice of Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP. Mr. Cahn’s practice includes complex civil and criminal antitrust litigations, and he has participated in providing antitrust counsel on mergers and acquisitions. Mr. Cahn has been involved in representing clients in the pharmaceutical, auto parts, and semiconductor industries. He has experience defending clients in cartel matters, including criminal and civil investigations by the US Department of Justice and private class action litigations. Mr. Cahn is a member of the Cartel and Criminal Practice Committee of the Antitrust Section of the American Bar Association. He has been involved in a variety of pro bono activities, including criminal justice and First Amendment matters. Mr. Cahn received his J.D., cum laude, from Harvard Law School, where he was an editor of the Harvard Law & Policy Review and member of the Harvard Criminal Justice Institute, where he represented indigent clients in criminal proceedings. He received his B.A., from Brandeis University, where he studied politics and philosophy.

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Albert F. Cahn, Eric S. Hochstadt The US FTC reaches a record $1.2 billion proposed pay-for-delay settlement and injunctive relief restricting future similar settlements of patent infringement cases (Cephalon)


Federal Trade Commission Reaches Record $1.2 Billion Proposed “Pay for Delay” Settlement with Cephalon and Injunctive Relief Restricting Future Similar Settlements of Patent Infringement Cases* Last week, on the eve of trial, the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) reached a proposed settlement in (...)

Albert F. Cahn The US DOJ and the New York State Office of the Attorney General settle with tour bus operators, requiring them to pay $7.5 million for implementing barriers to entry (Coach / City Sights / Twin America)


NYC Sightseeing Companies Settle with Federal and State Authorities* On March 17, 2015, two New York City-based tour bus operators agreed to settle allegations that they conspired to monopolize New York’s hop-on, hop-off sightseeing market between 2009 and 2015. Coach USA Inc. (“Coach”), City (...)

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