David Reichenberg, Jonathan Grossman, Mark Jacobson and Max Kaplan

David Reichenberg is an Antitrust and Litigation Partner at Cozen O’Connor in New York, and has advised leading Fortune 500 companies as well as start-ups on the full range of competition issues arising out of counseling, litigation and mergers and acquisitions.
Jonathan Grossman is an Antitrust and Consumer Protection Partner at Cozen O’Connor in Washington, D.C., and represents subjects, complainants, and third parties in government investigations by the U.S. Department of Justice, the Federal Trade Commission, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, the Federal Communications Commission, and state attorneys general.
Mark Jacobson is an Antitrust and Class Action Partner at Cozen O’Connor in Minneapolis. Mark represents clients in antitrust litigation, investigations and counseling, contract disputes, class action litigation, franchise, dealer and sales representative disputes, appeals, and other business disputes.
Max Kaplan is a Commercial Litigation and Class Action Associate at Cozen O’Connor in Philadelphia.  Max has helped clients across industries address complex commercial cases in a myriad of jurisdictions, and recently completed a secondment with the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office where he prosecuted criminal cases on behalf of the City.
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Employers, staffers, and recruiters should be cautious of antitrust enforcement during COVID-19. The FTC and DOJ recently announced a concerted effort to find those who might engage in collusion or other anticompetitive conduct. Experts from Cozen O’Connor discuss how to comply with the latest guidelines. COVID-19 has introduced unique circumstances, including around employment practices, that could raise issues under state or federal...

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