Mr. Blechman’s practice concentrates on antitrust law, with an emphasis on the specific client interests of large public and private companies, entrepreneurial individuals and public agencies rather than on class actions or mass actions. He has been involved in the civil prosecution of many international cartels, including, for example, citric acid, rubber processing chemicals, vitamins, ferrosilicon, monosodium glutamate, polyurethane foam, parcel tanker freight rates, Jones Act shipping, nitrile rubber, hydrogen peroxide, ethylene propylene diene monomer, nucleotides, cathode ray tubes, styrene butadiene rubber, packaged seafood, sodium perborate, graphite electrodes, polychloroprene and sorbates. Mr. Blechman has assisted multinational corporations in formulating and implementing measured and principled strategies to maximize recoveries in connection with global cartel claims. Mr. Blechman's cartel practice spans the U.S. and Europe, and involves him in proceedings incident to competition enforcement actions by the U.S. Department of Justice, the European Commission and agencies in the Far East. Mr. Blechman also has prosecuted or defended domestic conspiracy or monopolization cases involving telecommunications, electronic payments, airlines, shipping, generic drugs, construction and telecommunications. He also has a niche practice involving whistleblower claims under the False Claims Act and related federal statutes, including such industries as defense, health care and education.