Bruce Montgomery specializes in antitrust and trade regulation law and complex litigation. He has tried private antitrust cases before juries and judges, has taken and defended hundreds of depositions, argued numerous motions in federal trial courts and appeals in federal courts of appeals, and in Federal Trade Commission proceedings. Some of these matters have involved clients such as Federated Department Stores, Kroger, Xerox, Hoffmann La-Roche, and Coca-Cola. Most recently, representing Roche Vitamins Inc., Mr. Montgomery acted as lead defense liaison counsel in the multiparty Vitamins MDL private antitrust litigation. He also represented Roche in the criminal citric acid and vitamins cases. He has often been responsible for the development of economic testimony by expert witnesses and for the examination of opposing expert witnesses. Prior to joining Arnold & Porter LLP, he was a trial attorney with the Department of Justice. He is active in pro bono work and served as the firm's first pro bono partner.