We are pleased to announce that Timothy W. Bergin has joined the firm as a Partner.
Tim Bergin has more than thirty years experience providing antitrust counseling, obtaining antitrust clearance for corporate mergers and acquisitions, and litigating antitrust cases. Mr. Bergin has counseled many business clients on a range of issues under federal and state antitrust law, involving intellectual property licensing, joint ventures, pricing (e.g., vertical agreements, data exchange, price discrimination, bid coordination), market division, tied sales (bundling), exclusive dealing, refusal to deal, regulatory immunity, and other antitrust compliance matters. Mr. Bergin has substantial experience navigating regulations pertaining to antitrust pre-clearance for mergers and acquisitions subject to the Hart-Scott-Rodino Act, and handling related substantive and remedial issues. Mr. Bergin’s antitrust litigation experience includes complex multidistrict litigation spanning nearly twenty years.
Mr. Bergin’s practice extends to other federal regulatory and commercial litigation matters, as well as arbitration. He has substantial experience representing securities brokers subject to disciplinary proceedings or remedial claims under federal or state securities laws or regulations. He also has significant experience in ratemaking proceedings under the Natural Gas Act, postal rate and classification proceedings, and various other federal regulatory matters. Mr. Bergin’s litigation experience includes a range of contract, intellectual property, and bankruptcy matters. He has substantial trial and appellate experience.
Mr. Bergin received his J.D. from the University of Pennsylvania School of Law and his B.S. from Georgetown University.