Jack E. Pace

White & Case (New York)
Lawyer (Partner)

Mr. Pace is a member of White & Case’s Global Competition and Commercial Litigation Practice Groups. He concentrates on complex commercial litigation and counseling in the areas of antitrust and trade regulation. Mr. Pace has extensive experience defending companies in complex, multi-jurisdictional class actions, including those involving claims under the antitrust laws, consumer protection statutes and Title VII. Mr. Pace regularly represents clients in the pharmaceutical, financial services, agricultural and insurance industries. Mr. Pace is an Associate Editor of Antitrust Magazine and regularly publishes articles on antitrust law, class certification and other complex commercial litigation topics. Mr. Pace is a member of White & Case’s Knowledge and Technology Committee and has many years of experience advising clients on e-discovery issues such as document retention policies, document collection and discovery management. Mr. Pace is a member of the Board of Directors of Reach Out and Read of Greater New York, a not-for-profit organization focusing on pediatric literacy. He also serves as liaison in connection with the Firm’s work with inMotion, a not-for-profit organization that provides free legal and social services to low income women in New York City, and supervises the Firm’s pro bono special education cases.

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Articles

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Agatha Koprowski, Jack E. Pace, Max Shterngel, Owen Pell, Robert Milne, Scott Hershman The New York Court of Appeals holds that state law cannot reach a purely foreign antitrust conspiracy (Global Reinsurance v. Equitas)

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In a decision that may reverberate beyond the antitrust context, New York’s highest court - the Court of Appeals - held that the state’s antitrust statute lacks the extraterritorial scope to reach a purely foreign alleged antitrust conspiracy. The decision could have broad implications for (...)

George L. Paul, Jack E. Pace, Joseph Angland, Mark Gidley, Martin Toto, Robert Milne The Department of Justice withdraws the report untitled Competition and Monopoly (Single-Firm Conduct under Section 2 of the Sherman Act that had been issued by the Division in September 2008)

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On May 11, 2009, the Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice (“DOJ”), in a speech by new Assistant Attorney General Christine A. Varney and a press release issued later in the day, formally withdrew the report entitled Competition and Monopoly: Single-Firm Conduct under Section 2 of the (...)

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