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Andrew Black

White & Case (Washington)
Associate

Andrew Black is an associate in White & Case’s Global Competition and Commercial Litigation practice groups. He concentrates on complex business disputes and counseling in a wide range of industries, including social media, technology, electronics, banking, pharmaceuticals, building materials, and ocean shipping. His practice involves cases in the areas of antitrust; unfair competition; data protection and privacy laws; and trade. Andrew regularly represents domestic and international clients in class action litigations, often consolidated in Multi-District Litigation (MDL) proceedings. He also represents clients in connection with government investigations before the Department of Justice, Federal Trade Commission, and Department of the Treasury. Pro bono is a core part of Andrew’s practice. He has done extensive work on behalf of the Firm’s pro bono clients, in cases involving veterans benefits, asylum, and criminal appeals. Prior to joining White & Case, Andrew clerked for the Honorable Rhesa Hawkins Barksdale of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.

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Articles

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Jaclyn Phillips, Andrew Black, George Paul The US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit hears an appeal brought by 48 State Attorney Generals against a ruling by a District Court in a Big Tech refusal to deal case (Meta)

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Application of the Proper ‘Outer Boundary’ of Antitrust Liability for Alleged Refusals to Deal in New York v Facebook* Introduction The States brought an antitrust complaint against Facebook alleging that various conduct violated Section 2 of the Sherman Act. The ICLE brief addresses the (...)

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