Axinn Veltrop & Harkrider (Washington)

Tiffany Rider

Axinn Veltrop & Harkrider (Washington)
Lawyer (Partner)

Tiffany Rider has over 20 years of experience focusing on criminal antitrust cartel investigations; follow-on antitrust class action litigation; and complex mergers and acquisitions. She has defended companies and individuals in consequential international cartel cases, advocating before the Department of Justice and European Commission, among a number of other global enforcement agencies. Tiffany also has extensive experience as lead counsel in civil follow-on MDLs, civil litigation and arbitration. In her counseling and compliance practice, she designs and implements global competition compliance programs for clients in diverse industries, including technology, manufacturing, transportation and financial services. Additionally, Tiffany has extensive experience representing clients on significant mergers and acquisitions, including before both the Department of Justice and Federal Trade Commission. Tiffany is a frequent speaker on panels regarding criminal antitrust and class action litigation. She has held key ABA leadership roles with the Civil Practice and Procedure Committee, the International Cartel Task Force and Women Connected Advisory Board.

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David Kavanagh, Gary A. MacDonald, Ingrid Vandenborre, Patrick Heneghan, Tiffany Rider The Korean Fair Trade Commission offers funding private antitrust class action against two electronics companies fines for price-fixing (Samsung / LG)

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This article has been nominated for the 2012 Antitrust Writing Awards. Click here to learn more about the Antitrust Writing Awards. Competition authorities around the globe are taking an increasingly active part in the pursuit of civil claims for damages for antitrust infringements. The (...)

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