Davis, Glenn E.
Recognized by: Super Lawyers
Mr. Davis engages in complex antitrust issues in a broad range of contexts: joint venture arrangements; vertical distribution and exclusive dealing arrangements; pricing and price discrimination; legal and economic analysis of efficiencies and market power, and evaluation of mergers, including Hart-Scott-Rodino compliance; dealing with monopolization and story conduct allegations; responses to Department of Justice Antitrust Division and Federal Trade Commission investigations; intellectual property-antitrust issues; healthcare antitrust; trade association activities; private civil litigation, including class actions and ADR; criminal antitrust and other white collar crime matters, corporate and individual disclosure and leniency policies; and internal investigations and corporate compliance programs.
Mr. Davis is admitted to practice in Missouri and Illinois state courts, the U.S. District Courts for the Eastern and Western Districts of Missouri, the Southern and Central Districts of Illinois, the District of Columbia, the United States Courts of Appeal for the Seventh, Eighth, and D.C. Circuits and the Supreme Court of the United States. Additionally, Mr. Davis has litigated in administrative tribunals such as hearings and investigative proceedings with the Federal Trade Commission, as well as the Securities Exchange Commission and FINRA.
Dismissal of public company in securities fraud claim action, Patel v. MEMC Electronics (E.D. Mo. 2010).
Dismissal of antitrust monopolization and predatory practices claim against industrial process controls manufacturer, Process Controls International v. Emerson Process Management, LLP (E.D. Mo. 2010)
Dismissal of putative class complaint alleging Federal Securities Law violations affirmed by the Eighth Circuit. Elam v. Neidorff, 544 F.3d 921 (8th Cir. 2008)
Summary Judgment on monopolization claims for a major chemical manufacturer in Foam Supplies, Inc. v. Dow (E.D. Mo. 2007).
Denial of a TRO for a putative class seeking to block the merger of two major public companies, for Talx Corporation (2007).
Dismissal of a major accounting firm in a securities fraud class action in In re Charter Securities Litigation (E.D. Mo. 2006).
Denial of class certification in three national price fixing class actions in the genetically modified seeds, commercial textile, and healthcare fields (2004-2008).
Summary Judgment for hospital system defending antitrust staff privileges case in Flegel v. Christian Hospital NE-NW, 4 F.3d 682 (E.D. Mo. 1993).
Successful prosecution of antitrust price fixing and market allocation case in the road maintenance materials and contracting field in JTC Petroleum Co. v. Koch Materials Co., 190 F.3d 775 (7th Cir. 1999).
Successful defense of stock drop securities class action in Jakobe v. Rawlings Sporting Goods Co., 943 F.Supp. 1143 (E.D. Mo. 1996).
Dismissal of extensive RICO claims in the real estate and title insurance industry in McDonough v. National Home Ins. Co., 108 F.3d 174 (8th Cir. 1997).
Jury trial defense verdict for alleged improper franchise termination in McWilliams v. GNC Franchising, Inc., (E.D. Mo.).
Reversal of multi-million dollar Treble Damage RICO Verdict as Appellate Counsel for Senior Officer of Viacom Outdoor, Inc. in Craig Outdoor Advertising, Inc. v. Viacom Outdoor, Inc., (8th Cir. 2008).
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Best Lawyers' 2016 Missouri Antitrust Law "Lawyer of the Year."