Matthew S. Wild
With nearly 20 years of experience, Matt has represented clients in all types of antitrust matters including mergers, litigation and counseling on issues such as the price-fixing, market allocations, group boycotts, gun jumping, joint ventures, bundling of products, intellectual property licensing, exclusive dealing, distribution systems (including dealer terminations and creation of exclusive sales territories), restrictions on resale price or price advertising and price discrimination. These matters include the largest mergers and cartels at the time and precedent setting cases. They also include the defense of three government merger challenges at trial. Matt has been appointed lead counsel for classes in multidistrict litigation, and recovered millions of dollars.
Matt also has represented clients in significant and varied commercial cases, including as sole trial counsel.
- J.D., New York University School of Law
- Associate Editor, New York University Law Review
- B.A., cum laude, University of Rochester
- Market Definition in Antitrust: Theory and Case Studies, Contributing Author, ABA Antitrust Section (2012)
- "Pitfalls to Avoid in Proving Price Fixing Damages," ABA Antitrust Litigator (Spring 2006)
- “Private Equity Groups Under Common Legal Control Constitute A Single Enterprise,” 3 New York University Journal of Law & Business 231 (Fall 2006).
- "Buyer Beware: Consummating Non-HSR Reportable Transactions May Prove Costly in the End," ABA Antitrust Litigator (Winter 2007).
Select Prior Experience:
- Cahill Gordon & Reindel LLP
- White & Case LLP
- New York
- District of Columbia