John Daiwon Huh is a partner at DLA Piper. He focuses his practice on litigation, government investigations and compliance, concentrating in the fields of antitrust and trade regulation. 

John counsels clients on US and international competition and trade regulation issues. He has over a decade of litigation experience that includes successfully defending clients against antitrust claims, business/economic torts, class action lawsuits and False Claims Act and other fraud based claims. He also has substantial experience litigating the enforcement of non-compete and non-solicitation provisions, as well as other competition related restrictive covenants, in employment agreements. 

Additionally, John has extensive experience representing individuals and companies in government investigations and enforcement actions conducted by state and federal agencies, including the Federal Trade Commission, the Department of Justice, the Securities & Exchange Commission and state Attorneys General.  

John also frequently assists companies in developing and implementing comprehensive antitrust and competition law compliance policies and practices. He also routinely oversees and conducts legal risk assessments of clients' business practices and strategies, and subsequently provides legal advice that advances the clients' business objectives in a practical and efficient manner.  

John additionally counsels clients by providing analyses on the competitive effects of potential mergers and acquisitions, as well as other business decisions. He regularly navigates clients through the process of reporting proposed transactions to the federal antitrust agencies under the HSR Act.  

John chairs the Philadelphia office's Diversity & Inclusion Committee. He also serves on the Hiring Committee and Pro Bono Committee.