Morgan Lewis (Silicon Valley)

Mark L. Krotoski

Morgan Lewis (Silicon Valley)
Lawyer (Partner)

Mark L. Krotoski represents and advises clients on antitrust cartel investigations ; cybersecurity and privacy matters ; trade secret, economic espionage, fraud, and foreign corrupt practices cases ; and government investigations. With nearly 20 years of experience as a federal prosecutor and a leader in the US Department of Justice (DOJ), Mark provides clients with a unique blend of litigation and investigative experience. He has tried 20 cases to verdict and successfully argued appeals before the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth and Sixth Circuits.

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Mark L. Krotoski 28 mars 2017 Washington, DC

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J. Clayton Everett, Jr., R. Brendan Fee, Mark L. Krotoski The US DoJ and FTC issue a series of joint and other statements concerning the enforcement of the antitrust laws on labor market issues following COVID-19 pandemic

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The joint statement recognizes that while the COVID-19 pandemic offers businesses an opportunity for procompetitive collaboration and benefits, it also increases significant risk of anticompetitive conduct in the labor market. Here are some issues and factors that businesses should consider to (...)

Mark L. Krotoski The US District Court for the Northern District of Georgia secures conviction against the extradited foreign executive for conspiring to rig bids and allocate the market for instrument panel clusters to automobile producers (Eun Soo Kim)

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Korean national Eun Soo Kim, a former key accounts manager for an automotive parts company, pled guilty on March 3 in the US District Court for the Northern District of Georgia to conspiring to rig bids and allocate market for instrument panel clusters to automobile producers. Kim admitted to (...)

David R. Brenneman, Mark L. Krotoski The US DoJ and FTC issue guidance signalling that they will bring enforcement actions for wage-fixing and no-poaching agreements under federal antitrust law

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The DOJ will now treat wage-fixing and no-poaching agreements criminally. On October 20, the US Department of Justice (DOJ) and Federal Trade Commission (FTC) issued guidance (the Guidance) signaling that they will bring enforcement actions for wage-fixing and no-poaching agreements under (...)

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