Paul M.  Eckles

K&L Gates (Charleston)
Lawyer (Partner)

Paul Eckles is a partner in K&L Gates’ Charleston office, as well as the New York and Los Angeles offices. He is a member of the Complex Commercial Litigation and Disputes practice group. Paul has a diverse litigation practice concentrating on antitrust, breach of contract, fraud and fiduciary duty, intellectual property, and other types of complex litigation at both the trial and appellate court levels. He also represents clients in connection with government investigations and provides general antitrust counseling.

Distinctions

Linked authors

K&L Gates (London)
K&L Gates (Brussels)
K&L Gates (Brussels)
K&L Gates (London)
K&L Gates (Brussels)

Articles

1484 Bulletin

Matthew Martino, Paul M. Eckles, Tara L. Reinhart The US Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit issues a decision holding that purchasers have standing to seek damages from suppliers accused of price-fixing (Processed Egg Products)

267

Last week, in In re: Processed Egg Products Antitrust Litigation, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit issued a decision holding that purchasers of processed egg products have standing to seek damages from egg suppliers accused of price-fixing in violation of Section 1 of the Sherman (...)

Gary A. MacDonald, Paul M. Eckles, Peter E. Greene, Steven C. Sunshine The US Supreme Court reverses class action certification raising hurdles for antitrust collective redress cases (Wal-Mart Stores / Dukes)

341

This article has been nominated for the 2012 Antitrust Writing Awards. Click here to learn more about the Antitrust Writing Awards. On June 20, 2011, in Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. v. Dukes, the United States Supreme Court handed down its decision holding that discrimination claims on behalf of up (...)

Paul M. Eckles, Shepard Goldfein The US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit affirms dismissal of antitrust claims addressing the proper application of the implied preclusion doctrine (Electronic Trading Group / Banc of America Securities)

191

On December 3, 2009, in In re Short Sale Antitrust Litigation (No. 08-0420-cv), the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit affirmed the dismissal of a putative class action alleging collusion among certain financial institutions that serve as “prime brokers” in connection with short sale (...)

Send a message