Adam Hemlock represents clients in criminal and civil antitrust investigations and litigation, including US criminal cartel investigations, as well as follow-on class actions and coordination of international cartel investigations. He also regularly counsels and represents clients in private antitrust litigation, including disputes regarding exclusivity, bundling/tying, joint ventures and group boycotts, and has substantial experience in the antitrust/intellectual property area, where he has litigated cases and counseled clients on the antitrust legality of patent pools, standard setting activities, and technology transactions among competitors.
He is an adjunct professor of law at Columbia Law School, where he teaches a class on international antitrust cartels.
Chair, Joint Conduct Committee, ABA Antitrust Section. Member, Executive Committee, NY State Bar Association Antitrust Section.