A. Paul Victor is an internationally known practitioner in antitrust, competition law, and international cartel enforcement matters. For more than 50 years, he has represented clients in some of the largest antitrust cases. He has been involved in numerous criminal and civil cartel cases, representing major corporations or individual executives in matters involving such products as: lysine; nucleotides; carbon fiber; vitamins; graphite electrodes; MCAA; impact modifiers; chloroprene rubber; cathode ray tubes; marine hose; air cargo; refrigeration compressors; power cables; multiple automobile parts; rechargeable batteries; optical disk drives; instrument panel clusters; HID ballasts; switches and sensors; bearings; and others. These matters generally have included U.S. criminal investigations and related federal treble damages, direct purchaser and state indirect purchaser class actions, and opt-out actions. They often have also included the coordination of related proceedings in other jurisdictions, such as the EU, Canada, Japan, Brazil, Australia, New Zealand, Mexico, Taiwan, and South Korea. Paul has also handled a variety of merger and acquisition matters, including government investigations, as well as counseled clients in numerous situations involving domestic and international competition issues.