Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton (Washington)

Larry Malm

Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton (Washington)

Larry Malm is a counsel with Cleary Gottlieb in Washington, D.C., his practice focuses on antitrust litigation. Larry has represented clients on a number of high stakes civil cases involving all aspects of antitrust law, including complex monopolization, restraint of trade, and price-fixing issues. He has advised domestic and international clients in a range of industries on every stage of a complex antitrust litigation, including preliminary injunctions, motions to dismiss, discovery, summary judgment, class certification, pre-trial motions, trial, post-trial motions, appeal, and settlement. During law school he worked full-time at a prominent Washington think tank on U.S. foreign policy issues. Larry joined the firm in 2010 and became counsel in 2019.

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Brian Byrne, Heather Nyong’o, Jeremy J. Calsyn, Larry Malm, Joseph Kay The US District Court for the District of Connecticut acquits the defendants in a no-poach trial on the grounds that no reasonable jury could convict on the case presented by the government (Mahesh Patel / Robert Harvey / Harpreet Wasan / Steven Houghtaling / Tom Edwards / Gary Prus)


On April 28, 2023, U.S. District Court Judge Victor A. Bolden entered an Order under Criminal Procedure Rule 29 acquitting the defendants in United States v. Patel, a federal criminal prosecution claiming that individuals employed by an aerospace company and its suppliers of outsourced labor (...)


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