DLA Piper adds David Hamilton as a partner in the firm’s Litigation practice
DLA Piper is pleased to welcome Baltimore-based partner David Hamilton to the firm’s Litigation practice.
Hamilton is an experienced antitrust and business litigator and serves as a strategic advisor to businesses and government and community enterprises. As a business litigator, he has tried numerous antitrust and business competition cases for domestic and multinational companies in sectors such as healthcare, manufacturing, consumer products and financial and advisory services.
Hamilton regularly provides clients with antitrust counseling and other regulatory matters which arise at the intersection of litigation, corporate, intellectual property and government affairs. Some of his notable experience includes representing a publicly traded paperboard company in antitrust and patent litigation; defending a national health care system against alleged antitrust violations arising from contracting practices; representing a publicly traded international chemical company in defense of international cartel price fixing allegations.
“In light of vigorous executive enforcement, one of the firm’s strategic priorities is the growth of our antitrust litigation practice. David’s extensive antitrust and patent litigation experience will serve a wide variety of clients across DLA Piper’s global platform,” said Ilana Eisenstein, US chair of the firm’s Litigation practice.
“We are thrilled to welcome David to the Baltimore office and are committed to supporting his efforts in expanding the breadth and depth of our antitrust litigation practice across sectors and geographies,” said Brett Ingerman, managing partner of the Baltimore office.