Travis Clark's practice focuses on representing clients in complex civil antitrust litigations across a broad spectrum of industries. Mr. Clark also counsels clients in relation to civil investigations and enforcement proceedings brought by government agencies, and advises clients on compliance with antitrust statutes.
Mr. Clark currently represents Bristol-Myers Squibb in a federal antitrust case challenging the licensing practices involved in combination antiretroviral therapy. He also represents a major agrochemical company in recently filed antitrust class actions alleging a group boycott within the industry.
Mr. Clark also represents and counsels various professional sports teams in the NFL, MLB, NHL, and NBA. His recent sports matters include representation of the Oakland Raiders in antitrust litigation initiated by the City of Oakland concerning the Raiders' relocation to Las Vegas. Additionally, Mr. Clark advises teams as they negotiate and draft contracts with ticket brokers.
- Bristol-Myers Squibb in antitrust litigation challenging the licensing practice involved in combination antiretroviral therapy.
- Oakland Raiders in antitrust litigation purporting to challenge the Raiders' relocation to Las Vegas.
- Major Agrochemical Company in federal antitrust litigations.
- Prominent private equity firm in In re Liquid Aluminum Sulfate Antitrust Litigation.
- Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals in federal and state litigations alleging antitrust and marketing-related claims regarding one of its leading products.
- Multiple clients in Big Tech antitrust investigations.
- Major pharmaceutical company in dispute with several State Attorneys General concerning alleged delayed generic entry arising from the settlement of patent litigation.
- Professional sports organizations in connection with negotiating and drafting contracts with ticket brokers.
- JD, Seton Hall University School of Law, 2017, cum laude
- BA, Economics and US History, Bucknell University, 2013
- New York
- US District Court, Southern District of New York