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James A. Keyte

James A. Keyte

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James A. Keyte handles a wide variety of antitrust litigation, transactional and advisory matters across numerous industries. In the litigation area, Mr. Keyte has handled a number of cases involving alleged price-fixing, monopolization, litigated mergers, other restraints of trade and class actions. Matters include cases for SanDisk, Sprint, Pfizer, USIM, Ainsworth, NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, IASIS Healthcare and several of Skadden’s Japanese clients. In addition, Mr. Keyte has handled or played significant roles in a number of sports-related litigations and trials, including several high-profile matters for the NHL, NFL and the NBA. He played a key role in the NHL’s successful litigation against MSG as well as in an attempt, through bankruptcy, to relocate the Phoenix Coyotes over the NHL’s objection. Mr. Keyte also played an instrumental role in the NFL’s successful jury verdict in a billion-dollar case brought by the Oakland Raiders in California state court. In the transactional arena, Mr. Keyte has represented numerous clients before the Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission. For example, he represented The Coca-Cola Company in its successful acquisition of Glacéau and its partial acquisition of Honest Tea. He also represented Toshiba in its acquisition of Westinghouse’s nuclear division; Alcatel in its acquisition of Lucent Technologies; Caesar’s Entertainment in its acquisition by Harrah’s; and a number of private equity firms, including in the acquisition of MGM with Sony Corp. and, most recently, the sale of Westwood One to Dial Global. He also has advised Sealed Air in a variety of matters and counsels a number of the firm’s Japan-based clients on transitional matters. Mr. Keyte also regularly appears before the antitrust agencies in a variety of investigational contexts.

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