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Litigator of the Week: Robert Wick of Covington & Burling

December 4, 2014, Am Law Litigation Daily

Covington's Robert Wick was named Litigator of the Week by American Lawyer for his representation of Samsung:

"For a group of Asian liquid crystal display manufacturers sued by Motorola Mobility Inc., things were looking awfully grim back in the summer of 2012. A California federal judge had refused to toss claims that the defendants fixed prices for LCD panels they sold to Motorola's foreign subsidiaries, paving the way for a $3.5 billion U.S. antitrust trial in just a matter of weeks."

"That's when Rob Wick of Covington & Burling stepped up to lead the defendants in a major reversal of fortune—one with far-reaching implications for other U.S. and foreign companies. His efforts culminated on Nov. 26, when the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit ended months of topsy-turvy appellate litigation by throwing out virtually all of Motorola's case, and tightening the reach of U.S. antitrust law in the process."

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