Covington & Burling (San Francisco)

Anita F. Stork

Covington & Burling (San Francisco)
Lawyer (Partner)

Anita Stork is an experienced, nationally-recognized litigator. She has successfully represented clients in an array of high-stakes matters, including antitrust and unfair competition cases. Chambers USA has described her as "bright" and "highly talented" with "a great practice." Multiple publications have recognized Ms. Stork for her legal expertise, including Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business, The Best Lawyers in America, Euromoney’s Benchmark Litigation: National Star and California State Star, San Francisco and Los Angeles Daily Journal: Top Women Litigators, Law & Politics Magazine: Top 50 Women Lawyers in Bay Area, Northern California Super Lawyer, and Benchmark: Top 250 Women in Litigation (US).

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Johan Ysewyn, Peter D. Camesasca, Andrea Zulli, Alexander Leitch, Robert D. Wick, Derek Ludwin, Anita F. Stork The EU Court of Justice rules on the expansion of jurisdiction to impose fines based on foreign sales of cartelized components (Innolux)


On July 9, 2015, the EU’s top court, the EU Court of Justice (CJEU), rendered its long-awaited ruling in the Innolux - LCD cartel appeal. The Innolux case is effectively the EU counterpart of the U.S. Motorola litigation in that it concerns fundamental issues of antitrust jurisdiction over (...)

Thomas O. Barnett, James R. Dean, Deborah A. Garza, John D. Graubert, James J. O'Connell, Anita F. Stork, David W. Addis The US DoJ and FTC announce changes to the HSR Act merger notification process and transaction report form submitted by companies


On July 7, 2011, the Federal Trade Commission and the Department of Justice (“the Agencies”) announced significant changes to the form and accompanying materials that companies must submit when reporting transactions under the Hart-Scott-Rodino Antitrust Improvements Act (“HSR Act”). Although the (...)

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