Todd Miller

Baker & Miller (Washington)
Lawyer (Managing Partner)

Todd Miller is the managing partner of Baker & Miller PLLC since 1995, and practices in the areas of antitrust and international business regulation. Mr. Miller’s practice focuses on counseling clients on all aspects of antitrust and consumer protection law, including intellectual property licensing and enforcement, distribution practices, pricing and Robinson-Patman Act issues, antitrust exemptions and compliance. He has extensive experience before the Federal Trade Commission, the U.S. Department of Justice, various state antitrust agencies and international antitrust enforcement agencies in civil and criminal investigations and has substantial litigation and arbitration experience for both plaintiffs and defendants. Mr. Miller has also written and spoken extensively on a variety of antitrust and related issues, including on European competition law, amnesty law programs, private remedies, international jurisdiction, pricing practices, and terminating distributors. He is principal author of the U.S. merger regulation and co-author on multijurisdictional merger reporting chapters in International Mergers: The Antitrust Process (3d ed., Rowley & Baker, eds.). He has been named by several publications as one of leading competition lawyers in the world, and his firm is widely recognized as one of the leading competition firms. Mr. Miller received a B.A. in economics with distinction from the University of Virginia and a J.D. with honors from the University of Michigan Law School.



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Todd Miller The US Supreme Court upholds a decision stating that the restrictions imposed by the sports association on education-related compensation for student-athletes violate the antitrust laws (NCAA / Alston)


More to Supreme Court’s NCAA decision than just sports* Introduction There has been a plethora of articles about the Supreme Court’s 21 June 2021 decision upholding a decision that the restrictions imposed by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) on education-related compensation (...)

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