Dylan Young represents clients faced with complex antitrust issues. He has worked at all stages of complex litigation including trial, as well as merger and civil conduct investigations. Dylan has represented clients engaged in individual, multi-defendant, class action, and multi-district litigations. He has helped clients navigate a broad range of evolving areas of antitrust jurisprudence including platform competition, merger challenges, and no-poach agreements. Dylan has represented clients in dynamic industries including payments, publishing, technology, agriculture, telecommunications, and life sciences.
- Global payment card company in individual and national class actions in federal multidistrict litigation challenging interchange fees under the Sherman Act and state consumer protection statutes.
- Global payment card company in federal antitrust class action litigation challenging ATM access fees under the Sherman Act and state consumer protection statutes.
- Global payment card company in federal antitrust class action litigation challenging implementation of EMV under the Sherman Act and state statutes.
- Global payment card company in federal antitrust litigation based on debit monopolization claims brought by competing debit network.
- HarperCollins in private antitrust class action litigation brought against various book publishers and Amazon.
- Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals in federal and state class action and non-class action litigation alleging antitrust and marketing-related claims regarding one of its leading products; obtained complete defense verdict at trial in bankruptcy proceeding, defeating certain antitrust and civil RICO claims.
- J.D., The George Washington University Law School, 2016, with high honors, Order of the Coif
- B.A., Political Science, Fordham University, 2013, summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa
- New York
- District of Columbia
- U.S. District Court, District of Columbia