Kate E. Gehl

Professional Biography

Kate Gehl is an antitrust and competition lawyer who provides strategic counsel to clients in the areas of antitrust litigation and investigations, including civil and criminal enforcement. With a reputation for practical advice, Kate routinely counsels clients across numerous industries on business matters related to antitrust and competition.

Kate primarily works with companies in the technology, manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, life sciences, and health care sectors. Kate is a seasoned litigator with over a decade of experience handling high-stakes cases. She listens to her clients’ needs and obtains a full understanding of their business, which provides results. Kate’s time as a former federal judicial clerk also makes her uniquely qualified to provide insightful strategic advice on litigation strategy, with an inside perspective.

In addition to her antitrust investigation and litigation practice, Kate regularly provides antitrust guidance related to intellectual property licensing, including licensing practices related to standard essential patents and patent pools, participation in trade associations, industry organizations and standard setting organizations, product distribution and supply chain logistics, e-commerce, joint ventures and commercial agreements, collaborations with competitors, and general antitrust compliance. Kate has particular experience litigating antitrust issues that arise in the context of patent infringement litigation or other disputes involving intellectual property.

Parallel to her antitrust litigation practice, Kate maintains a practice representing businesses in complex commercial litigation. She has significant experience in complex electronic discovery and has worked with experts to develop reports and testimony, and she has written briefs and motions at all stages of litigation in federal and state courts across the country.

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