Mika Clark

United Airlines (Chicago)
Antitrust Managing Counsel

Mika Clark is Antitrust Managing Counsel at United Airlines. She previously practiced at Crowell & Moring, and as a staff attorney with the Federal Trade Commission Bureau of Competition for over three years, where she investigated mergers and acquisitions in diverse industries with a specific focus on oil and gasoline industries, including merger investigations involving industrial manufacturing, gas-electric convergence issues and life sciences and material sciences manufacturing. Mika also investigated anticompetitive conduct involving liquefied petroleum gas and natural gas liquids and pricing in the oil and gasoline industry. Mika received her B.A., cum laude, in economics from Tufts University in 2003 and her J.D. from the University of Virginia School of Law in 2008, where she was the business editor of the Virginia Journal of Law and Technology. Mika is a member of the Maryland State Bar and the Antitrust Section of the American Bar Association.

Articles

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Mika Clark, Robert A. Lipstein, Ryan C. Tisch The US District Court for the District of Columbia demands behavioral remedies from two strong competitors in related markets before approving a vertical merger that will allow the combined company to enter the online travel search market (Google / ITA)

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U.S. antitrust agencies, in a flurry of recent actions, have reinvigorated vertical merger enforcement, claiming competitive harm from what, in the past, would potentially have been viewed as efficiency-enhancing vertical integration. The Department of Justice (“DOJ”), in particular, has (...)

Mika Clark, Robert A. Lipstein, Ryan C. Tisch The US District Court for the District of Columbia conditionally approves a joint-venture under behavioral remedies in the online video distribution and video programming industries (Comcast / NBC Universal)

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U.S. antitrust agencies, in a flurry of recent actions, have reinvigorated vertical merger enforcement, claiming competitive harm from what, in the past, would potentially have been viewed as efficiency-enhancing vertical integration. The Department of Justice (“DOJ”), in particular, has (...)

Mika Clark, Robert A. Lipstein, Ryan C. Tisch The US District Court for the District of Columbia conditionally approves a vertical merger upon the implementation of structural and behavioral remedies in the market for primary ticketing services (Ticketmaster / Live Nation)

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U.S. antitrust agencies, in a flurry of recent actions, have reinvigorated vertical merger enforcement, claiming competitive harm from what, in the past, would potentially have been viewed as efficiency-enhancing vertical integration. The Department of Justice (“DOJ”), in particular, has (...)

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