is a counsel in O'Melveny's Washington, DC office and a member of the Antitrust and Competition Practice. Since joining the firm in 2007, Dylan’s practice has focused on complex antitrust litigation, cartel investigations, and defending major companies in a broad range of private antitrust actions involving claims of price fixing and monopolization. He also represents clients involved in investigations before the US Department of Justice and Federal Trade Commission and counsels clients on antitrust issues under state and federal law.
Illustrative Professional Experience
- Representing Asiana Airlines, Inc. in federal Multi-District Litigation proceedings alleging price fixing of passenger air transportation and air cargo transportation.
- Counseling an international technology company on antitrust compliance with US state and federal law.
- Representing one of the largest global designers and manufacturers of personal computers in a US Department of Justice monopolization investigation.
- Counseling a US airline on the use of export subsidies in aircraft finance.
- Counseling an association of oil and gas companies on the antitrust implications of association activities.
- Represented Asiana Airlines, Inc. in an industry-wide US Department of Justice criminal price-fixing investigation.
- Represented IGT, a slot machine manufacturer, in litigation with a competitor alleging monopolization of slot machine sub-markets.
- Represented SK hynix Inc. in federal Multi-District Litigation proceedings alleging price fixing of DRAM computer memory chips.
- Drafted an amicus brief on behalf of a prominent domestic violence prevention organization regarding the prevalence and prevention of litigation abuse by domestic violence offenders.
- Assisted in the appeal of a wrongful death suit on behalf of a mentally ill victim.
American Bar Association, Section of Antitrust Co-Author,
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