Morgan Lewis (Philadelphia)

Zachary M. Johns

Morgan Lewis (Philadelphia)

Zachary M. Johns represents US and international clients in a variety of high-stakes complex commercial matters with a focus on civil and criminal antitrust and class action litigation. He also counsels businesses on antitrust and litigation risks and advises on risk management strategies. He represents companies across a broad range of industries, including financial services, pharmaceutical, food manufacturing, consumer products, aviation, and building products.

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J. Clayton Everett, Jr., Zachary M. Johns, Michael p. Jones, Debra L. Fischer, Seth Gerber, Johnathon Bramble, Patrick Huyett The US FTC proposes a rule that would ban employers from entering into and maintaining noncompete clauses with their workers


The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced a notice of proposed rule making (NPRM) on January 5, 2023, that would ban employers from entering into and maintaining noncompete clauses with their workers. With this potential ability for workers to change jobs more freely, employers will become (...)

Zachary M. Johns, Daniel S. Savrin, Mark J. Fanelli, Brian Morris The US District Court for the District of Delaware enters a federal jury’s verdict sanctioning a company for committing antitrust violations under Sections 1 and 2 of the Sherman Act in the honeycomb carbon adsorbents scrubbers in fuel vapor canisters market (BASF / Ingevity)


A recent BASF jury verdict highlights the breadth of the Sherman and Clayton Acts—particularly the remedies available to plaintiffs involved in the manufacturing of goods—if supply agreements are found to hinder marketplace competition. The verdict serves as an important reminder for automotive (...)

Bernard W. Archbold, Zachary M. Johns, Ryan Kantor, David R. Brenneman The US FTC loses bid to stop Philadelphia hospital merger (Thomas Jefferson University / Albert Einstein Healthcare Network)


On December 8, 2020, Judge Gerald Pappert in the US District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania denied a request from the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and Pennsylvania attorney general (AG) to preliminarily enjoin a proposed merger between Thomas Jefferson University (TJU) and (...)

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