Peter J. Carney

White & Case (Washington)
Lawyer (Partner)

Peter J. Carney is partner at White & Case (Washington, DC office). He represents domestic and foreign clients in complex civil litigation at all levels in federal and state courts. A significant part of his practice focuses on issues of international law and federal government regulation, particularly antitrust. He also has experience representing clients in international arbitration, including the World Bank’s ICSID forum and ad hoc international arbitration. Mr. Carney regularly represents clients before federal government bodies, as well as before the courts in sensitive, high-profile investigations and proceedings. Mr. Carney has represented clients in investigations and proceedings conducted by, among others, the US Department of Justice Antitrust Division, the FTC, the Securities Exchange Commission, Department of the Treasury Office of Foreign Asset Control, and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.


Linked authors

JPTT-Vitale (Paris)
Juliette Goyer Avocat (Paris)
Institute for Consumer Business Liaison - ILEC (Paris)
White & Case (Washington)
DG COMP (Brussels)
Electro Depot (France)
CNRS/Ecole polytechnique


1396 Bulletin

Kristen J. McAhren, Peter J. Carney The US Supreme Court overturns its long-standing prohibition against vertical agreements between manufacturers and their dealers setting minimum resale prices (Leegin Creative)


This article is part of a set of 5 articles released in Concurrences N°3-2008: Resale price regulation: Leegin and much more * The authors gratefully acknowledge the contributions of summer associates Christel Green and Aaron McAllister. I. Introduction 1. In 2007, the Supreme Court of the (...)

9347 Review

Claire Chambolle, Dominique de Gramont, Hervé Fargues, Jean-Paul Tran Thiet, Jérôme Dubruille, Juliette Goyer, Kristen J. McAhren, Lucas Peeperkorn, Marie-Laure Allain, Peter J. Carney Resale price regulation: Leegin and much more


This is a set of 5 articles on Resale Price Maintenance. This topic has recently been debated following the US Supreme Court Leegin ruling and the draft French reform of the antitrust act. The first article is written by 2 leading economists on the economic debate on the welfare effects of (...)

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