Richard Wolfram

Richard Wolfram, Esq. (New York)
Lawyer (Independent)

Richard Wolfram is an independent U.S. lawyer based in New York City. His practice, launched in 2005, focuses on antitrust counseling and litigation on behalf of corporations, professional organizations and public advocacy entities. Drawing on his 20+ years of experience in antitrust and more than 29 years in commercial litigation, Mr. Wolfram focuses on helping each client achieve its objectives through effective, cost-efficient counseling and/or litigation. The constructive use of antitrust to achieve these ends often requires ’problem solving’ — taking apart a client’s concrete issues, identifying the antitrust component and using this legal tool to the client’s advantage, whether as a plaintiff, defendant, amicus (friend of the court) or interested observer. Mr. Wolfram has published widely on a number of antitrust topics in U.S. and foreign publications since 1995 and has guest-lectured and spoken at conferences on antitrust. The range and depth of his writing and speaking are an important facet of his ability to deliver results for his clients. He has practiced predominantly in antitrust since 1995, including nine years at Clifford Chance/Rogers & Wells in New York City. From 1985 to 1995, Mr. Wolfram worked as an associate in commercial litigation at several large and medium-sized international firms in New York.


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Richard Wolfram The US DoJ challenges "most favoured nations" clauses in the healthcare sector, analyzing their anticompetitive effects under section 1 of the Sherman Act (Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan)


‘Most Favored Nations’ (MFN) Clauses under the Spotlight: U.S. v. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan — When Might Otherwise Competitively Neutral or Procompetitive MFN Clauses Violate the Antitrust Laws?* On October 18, 2010, the U.S. Department of Justice and the State of Michigan sued Blue (...)

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