Cohen & Gresser’s Washington, D.C. office handles a range of commercial litigation and regulatory enforcement actions, with a focus on domestic and foreign antitrust issues. Our attorneys advise clients on all aspects of U.S. antitrust law, including criminal and civil litigation matters, as well as compliance and regulatory matters in the federal agencies.
The Washington, D.C. office is led by Melissa H Maxman, a partner in the firm with nearly three decades of experience advising domestic and foreign corporations on global antitrust issues. Ms. Maxman is licensed to practice law in the District of Columbia, the State of Maryland, and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
Melissa H Maxman was quoted in a Bloomberg article regarding Google’s internet dominance and the effects on internet searches, noting that “bringing plaintiff cases in the U.S. will be challenging, especially after the Federal Trade Commission closed its investigation of Google in 2013.”
Legal 500 has once again recognized Cohen & Gresser in its United States guide. The firm is recognized for its excellence in the following categories:
- Corporate Investigations/White Collar
- Corporate Investigations/White Collar – Advice to Individuals
- General Commercial Disputes
- Securities Litigation Defense
Legal 500 notes that C&G has “impressive cross border capabilities and is often retained by clients in multijurisdictional disputes” and that our disputes team members are “true litigators, focused, and thoughtful - no stone is left unturned.”
Melissa H Maxman and Ronald F Wick examine the impact of the Leegin Creative Leather Products Inc. v PSKS Inc. ruling a decade after the decision.
Melissa Maxman moderated this event.
Melissa Maxman was a panelist at this event.