James C. Burling

Jim Burling concentrates his practice in antitrust litigation and merger clearance for high technology clients, particularly in the computer, Internet, biotech and pharmaceutical industries. His practice includes representing clients in private litigation, in responding to government antitrust investigations, and before the Department of Justice and Federal Trade Commission in Hart-Scott-Rodino (HSR) review of mergers and acquisitions. Mr. Burling joined the firm in 1979 after two years with the Federal Trade Commission.

While Mr. Burling's principal office is in Boston, he spends considerable time working from the firm's Washington DC office.

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Areas of Practice 1) Litigation, 2) Antitrust Litigation, 3) Intellectual Property Litigation and 4) Intersection of Antitrust and IP
Law School Harvard Law School, J.D.,1976
Education Grinnell College, A.B., 1972
Bar Member / Association Massachusetts State Bar Association
Most recent firm WilmerHale
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