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For 30+ years, Michelle Fischer has tried, litigated and provided trusted, practical counsel on a broad spectrum of antitrust issues involving industries like auto parts, gasoline, distribution, food products and pharmaceuticals. Recently, Michelle played a lead role in obtaining summary judgment and in prevailing on a Daubert motion to exclude the plaintiff’s sole expert in a monopolization case alleging nearly $174 million in damages before trebling, and in obtaining dismissal in a case involving medical supplies, of a hub-and-spoke antitrust conspiracy claim, and then of vertical antitrust conspiracy claims, following remand. Michelle also was among the lead trial lawyers who defeated price discrimination claims against a cigarette maker, and generic drug delay (class) claims against a drug manufacturer. She has extensive experience in antitrust litigation, governmental investigations, and issues involving price-fixing, price discrimination, monopolization, IP, distribution, tying and more. Michelle co-coordinates Jones Day's practice involving application of antitrust law to IP issues, routinely counsels on Robinson-Patman and price gouging issues, and twice chaired the Ohio State Bar Association's Antitrust Section.