Gil Ohana (Cisco) : Life at the IP/Antitrust intersection

Interview réalisée par Abigail Slater, U.S. FTC.

You have worked as a DOJ trial attorney, in-house antitrust counsel to two tech firms (HP and Cisco), as well as of counsel at a law firm. What advice do you have for law firm practitioners and government attorneys about how to manage the relationship with in-house counsel ? Being an antitrust specialist in-house provides a helpful perspective on the business reasons that underlie the decisions we make as a company. Good external counsel, particularly those who have a long-term and deep relationship with a particular client, can achieve the same perspective. It is important for both internal and external advisors to have that perspective, because it helps in situations in which the best business result may not be to enforce legal rights or extend legal processes to the greatest

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  • Cisco (San Francisco)
  • Fox Networks Group (Washington)


Gil Ohana, Abigail Slater, Gil Ohana (Cisco) : Life at the IP/Antitrust intersection, mai 2013, Concurrences N° 2-2013, Art. N° 51603,

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