Antitrust Attorney | Anderson Kill P.C.

Lawrence Kill

Of Counsel
New York

Larry Kill is of counsel in the New York office of Anderson Kill and is co-chair of the firm’s Corporate and Commercial Litigation practice group.  Mr. Kill has extensive experience representing clients in complex litigation, with particular emphasis on individual and class treble damage antitrust cases.

Mr. Kill’s litigation experience covers virtually all facets of the antitrust laws, including price-fixing, bid-rigging, allocations of customers and territories, tying, monopolization, dealer termination and price discrimination.  He has represented major corporations engaged in the telecommunications, toys and baby products, lighting fixtures, dental equipment, travel, restaurant supplies, food additives, alcoholic beverages, manufacturing, advertising and construction industries.  He has represented both plaintiffs and defendants, which has enhanced his ability to aggressively litigate a broad range of antitrust matters in any forum.  He regularly represents clients in connection with antitrust grand jury investigations and criminal prosecutions and represented the Korean defendants in the landmark ADM lysine criminal and civil conspiracy antitrust cases.


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Professional Memberships

The American Bar Association; New York City Bar Association.

  • In Re Amino Acid Lysine Antitrust Litigation. Representation of Korean defendants in the landmark ADM criminal antitrust action alleging a price fixing conspiracy and ensuing federal and state treble damage class actions.
  • In Re Wireless Telephone Services Litigation. Representation of a national wireless provider in treble damage class actions alleging unlawful tying and monopolization in violation of the Sherman Act. Summary judgment granted in favor of defendants.
  • In Re Baby Products Litigation. Representation of retailer of baby products in individual and treble damage class actions alleging conspiracies and monopolization in violation of the Sherman Act.
  • Freeland v. Sprint, et al. Representation of defendant wireless telephone service provider in treble damage class action alleging conspiracy in violation of the Sherman Act. Class certification denied and case dismissed.
  • In Re Linens Antitrust Litigation. Representation of defendants in grand jury investigations and treble damage class actions alleging price fixing and customer allocations in violation of the Sherman Act.
  • Harris Bank v. John Hancock. Representation of Trustees of the Unisys Pension Plan before U.S. Supreme Court and at trial alleging violations of ERISA by insurance carrier resulting in the recovery of excess funds on behalf of pension plan.
  • International Data, LLC v. NCH NuWorld Marketing Limited, Inc. Representation of a premier coupon processing and promotion company in a false advertising case under the Lanham Act.
  • Supreme International Corp. v. Anheuser-Busch, Inc. Representation of a marketing company in a claim that the Anheuser-Busch penguin symbol infringed our client’s intellectual property rights.
  • PPM America, Inc. v. Marriott Corporation. Representation of investment companies in a securities fraud claim for non-disclosure of material inside information.
  • LaSalle Bank National Assoc. v. Citicorp Real Estate, Inc. Representation of a bank on behalf of a REMIC trustee to compel loan seller to repurchase loan from securitization pool.
  • In Re German and Austrian Holocaust Litigations. Representation of individuals seeking recovery against German and Austrian industrial, financial and insurance enterprises which ultimately resulted in the recovery of billions of dollars by survivors of Nazi persecution.
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Executive Counsel | August 01, 2007
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May 01, 2007
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Fordham Law School, LL.B.

City College of the City of New York, B.B.A.


New York


United States District Court for the Southern, Eastern and Northern Districts of New York, the Courts of Appeal for the Second, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, Eighth and Ninth Circuits and the United States Supreme Court