Jim has extensive experience litigating antitrust and complex commercial cases. His antitrust practice extends to many industries, including the chemical, health care, commercial aviation, energy, and entertainment industries. He has advised clients on, and tried cases involving, claims of price-fixing, group boycott, exclusive dealing, tying, monopolization, discriminatory pricing, and conspiracy. Jim has also handled matters and tried cases involving claims of fraud, negligent misrepresentation, RICO, breach of fiduciary duty, deceptive trade practices, and violations of federal and state securities laws. He was one of the leaders of the trial team that successfully developed the current law on material adverse effect clauses in mergers.