Davis Polk (Menlo Park)

Christopher B. Hockett

Davis Polk (Menlo Park)
Lawyer (Partner)

Mr. Hockett is a member of Davis Polk’s Litigation Department, practicing in the Menlo Park office. He represents clients in a broad range of complex commercial litigation matters, including antitrust and unfair competition disputes, IP litigation, securities litigation, professional malpractice matters, contract cases and consumer class actions. He has also counseled and represented clients in connection with government investigations and the antitrust aspects of mergers and acquisitions. His clients have included well-known technology and telecommunications companies such as AT&T, Comcast, Hewlett-Packard, Intel, LG Electronics, Microsoft, Oracle and T-Mobile. Mr. Hockett has also represented a variety of leading firms in other industries, including financial and legal services, sports, e-commerce, media, manufacturing and health care. Mr. Hockett is the global head of Davis Polk’s antitrust practice. He is currently Chair-Elect of the ABA Section of Antitrust Law and will become Chair of the Section in 2013.


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244 Bulletin

Arthur J. Burke, Christopher B. Hockett, Howard Zhang, Joel M. Cohen, Michael N. Sohn, Miranda So, Ronan P. Harty, Stephen M. Pepper The US Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit potentially expands the extraterritorial reach of the US antitrust laws (Minn-Chem / Agrium)


This article has been nominated for the 2013 Antitrust Writing Awards. Click here to learn more about the Antitrust Writing Awards. Introduction The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit (the “Court”) recently potentially expanded the extraterritorial reach of the U.S. antitrust laws. (...)

447 Revue

Christopher B. Hockett, Jesse Solomon China : An overview of intellectual property rights guidelines and global considerations for antitrust practitioners


La Commission anti-monopole chinoise a mandaté quatre agences d’Etat chinoises pour développer des lignes directrices relatives à des pratiques liées aux droits de propriété intellectuelle susceptibles de violer le droit antitrust chinois. Jusquà présent, deux de ces agences – la NRDC qui s’est attaquée (...)

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