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Richard Alan Arnold is a nationally recognized trial lawyer specializing in complex litigation. He has tried antitrust cases for plaintiffs and defendants, including trying several federal jury trials in the last few years in Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, and Florida. He has represented public companies, entrepreneurial individuals, and privately-held companies in plaintiff's antitrust cases in a wide variety of industries, including pharmaceuticals, vitamins, telecommunications, consumable commodities, banking, automotive, health care and airlines. He has also represented opt-out plaintiffs in many of the civil antitrust cases that have proceeded parallel to or following the U.S. government's criminal prosecution of international cartels.
Richard has served as a special assistant attorney general in several states, both as prosecutor and as counsel. He has written on such topics as implied rights of action under antitrust laws and has also lectured on antitrust law.
The Florida Bar, Business Law Section, Trial Lawyers Section; American Bar Association, Antitrust Section, Litigation Section; American Law Institute; Advisory Committee, U.S. District Court, Southern District of Florida; Litigation Counsel of America, Fellow
Admissions: U.S. District Court, Southern, Middle Districts of Florida; U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Tennessee; U.S. Court of Appeals, Fifth, Sixth, Ninth, Eleventh Circuits; U.S. Supreme Court