White & Case (New York)

Abdul Hafiz

White & Case (New York)
Lawyer (Associate)

Abdul Hafiz is an associate in the Firm’s New York Office. His practice focuses on complex commercial litigation, antitrust disputes, and cybersecurity and data privacy. Abdul maintains an active pro bono practice, focusing on criminal justice and human rights. Prior to joining White & Case, Mr. Hafiz worked in the Managing Attorney’s Office of a large global law firm. He has also worked in the in-house legal departments of several large companies.

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677 Bulletin

Mark J. Gidley, George Paul, Jack E. Pace, Kathryn Jordan Mims, Kristen O’Shaughnessy, Kevin Adam, Jaclyn Phillips, Abdul Hafiz, Erin McNamee The US President Joe Biden signs an executive order instructing more than a dozen federal agencies to promptly tackle some of the most pressing competition problems across the national economy

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A new Executive Order signed by President Biden includes 72 initiatives instructing more than a dozen federal agencies, including the US Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission, to, according to the White House’s Fact Sheet, "promptly tackle some of the most pressing competition (...)

Mark J. Gidley, Kathryn Jordan Mims, Kristen O’Shaughnessy, Erin McNamee, Kevin Adam, Jaclyn Phillips, Abdul Hafiz, Tal Marnin The US President Joe Biden signs an executive order which includes 72 initiatives aimed at enhancing competition and a directive encouraging the US FTC to ban or limit employee non-compete agreements

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On Friday, July 9, 2021, President Biden signed Executive Order 14036, Promoting Competition in the American Economy, which includes—among 72 initiatives aimed at enhancing competition in the US—a directive encouraging the Federal Trade Commission to ban or limit employee non-compete agreements. (...)

Michael E. Hamburger, Kevin Adam, Abdul Hafiz The US Court of Appeals for the First Circuit holds that no class containing uninjured members can be certified unless, when moving for class certification, plaintiffs offer a manageable way for defendants to contest at trial whether their conduct injured individual class members (In re : Asacol Antitrust Litigation)

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The U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit’s landmark In re : Asacol Antitrust Litigation decision holds that no class containing uninjured members can be certified unless, when moving for class certification, plaintiffs offer a manageable way for defendants to contest at trial whether (...)

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