Morgan Lewis (Washington)

Jon R. Roellke

Morgan Lewis (Washington)
Partner

Jon Roellke focuses on antitrust, trade regulation, and other commercial litigation, primarily counseling clients in the financial services and high technology industries. He handles class action and other complex litigation and regularly advises clients on enforcement matters before state and federal agencies. Jon additionally counsels on competition issues, including refusals to deal, distribution and franchising restraints, tying arrangements, group purchasing, price discrimination, exclusive dealing, leveraging, joint ventures, and trade association activities. Recognized annually in Chambers USA as a leading lawyer in antitrust, Jon’s clients describe him as “a fabulous lawyer who has been a great all-around antitrust counselor.” Legal 500, which also ranks Jon for his antitrust work, notes that his “legal acumen is priceless” and his advice is “practical and on-point.” Jon serves as counsel to a number of financial markets organizations, including the Securities Industry Financial Markets Association, the Investment Company Institute, and the Federal Reserve’s Financial Markets Lawyers Group and Alternative Reference Rate Committee.

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Articles

786 Bulletin

1093 Revue

Richard S. Taffet, Marc Rysman, Katie Glynn, Jonathan M. Jacobson, Linda Cenedella, Joanna Christoforou, Nicholas Pellow, Jon R. Roellke, Jorge Padilla, Albert Riera, Xavier Vives, Rainer Schwabe Tech’s Impact on Financial Services Competition

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L’impact de la technologie sur la concurrence dans le secteur des services financiers est profond. Elle a modifié le paysage concurrentiel en jetant les bases de nouveaux produits et services financiers proposés par les banques traditionnelles, les fintechs et les big techs. Cela a créé de (...)

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