Morgan Lewis (Philadelphia)

Steven A. Reed

Morgan Lewis (Philadelphia)
Lawyer (Partner)

Steve Reed is a seasoned litigator at the trial and appellate levels with a national practice representing clients in high-stakes class actions and other commercial litigation in a wide range of substantive areas, including antitrust, securities fraud, shareholder derivative, mass torts, and merger challenges. He has appeared before federal and state local courts in more than 30 states, and is listed in leading peer review guides for antitrust, “bet the company,” general commercial, and securities litigation. Steve is the practice group leader of the firm’s global antitrust and competition law practice.

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Steven A. Reed, Scott A. Stempel, Daniel S. Savrin The US Supreme Court holds that the FTC lacks the authority to seek equitable monetary relief in cases brought in federal court under FTC Act Section 13(b) (AMG Capital Management)

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In a unanimous 9-0 decision authored by Justice Breyer, the US Supreme Court has held that the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) lacks the authority to seek equitable monetary relief in cases brought in federal court under FTC Act Section 13(b). The Court’s April 22, 2021, decision in AMG Capital (...)

Noah J. Kaufman, Steven A. Reed, Daniel S. Savrin, Willard K. Tom The US Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit clarifies the means by which the FTC can exercice its enforcement authority without being able to seek any restitution thereafter (Credit Bureau)

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Background In the Credit Bureau Center case, the FTC sued a company and its owner for advertising “free” credit reports without adequately disclosing that consumers would be enrolled in an expensive credit monitoring service on an ongoing basis. The FTC brought its lawsuit under Section 13(b), (...)

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