Dechert (Philadelphia)

Steven E. Bizar

Dechert (Philadelphia)

Steven Bizar is a partner in the Philadelphia office of Dechert. He is Co-Chair of the Firm’s Antitrust/Competition Practice and a first chair trial lawyer known for his success in the defense of antitrust class action cases, Section 1 cases, and the trial of complex commercial disputes in court and before arbitrators. He is a fellow of the International Academy of Trial Lawyers. He has experience representing clients in a wide-range of industries over his nearly thirty-year career.


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Steven E. Bizar The US District Court for the District of Colorado acquits a Denver-based healthcare company and its former CEO on no-poach agreements in alleged violation of the Sherman Act (DaVita / Thiry)


Key Takeaways Colorado federal jury acquitted a healthcare company and its former CEO of antitrust charges that they violated the Sherman Act by entering into agreements with other health care companies not to recruit each other’s employees. As an early test of the Antitrust Division’s 2018 (...)

Steven E. Bizar, Craig G. Falls, George G. Gordon, Shari Ross Lahlou, Thomas J. Miller The US DoJ announces updates to civil investigative demand forms and deposition process


The DOJ’s Antitrust Division announced updates late last week to its Civil Investigative Demand (CID) form, explicitly codifying it intent to potentially use materials received in response to CIDs to launch secondary investigations or refer matters to other government enforcement authorities or (...)

Julia Chapman, Steven E. Bizar The US District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania finds that a company was not part of a conspiracy to manipulate the supply of eggs and raise prices (In re Processed Egg Prods)


The case began 10 years ago when a class of companies that purchase eggs sued the country’s leading egg producers, seeking more than $1 billion in damages. The plaintiffs claimed that the egg producers conspired to manipulate the supply and raise prices for eggs. Specifically, the buyers (...)

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