Jacob Kramer’s trial and appellate litigation practice focuses on antitrust matters and complex commercial disputes.
Mr. Kramer’s antitrust litigation experience includes the defence of price-fixing, monopolization, tying, and conspiracy claims. He has worked on all phases of antitrust litigation and has substantial experience presenting antitrust matters to both judges and jurors. In particular, Mr. Kramer has worked extensively with aftermarket issues, which often arise in disputes between manufacturers and distributors or independent service organizations. Mr. Kramer also provides counselling to clients on a broad array of antitrust issues, including advice related to distribution networks and aftermarket strategies.
In the area of commercial litigation, Mr. Kramer has successfully litigated complex commercial disputes in jury trials, appeals, and other proceedings. Mr. Kramer also has extensive experience with alternative dispute resolution, including through mediation and arbitration.
EducationThe George Washington University Law SchoolCornell University’s School of Industrial and Labor Relations
QualificationMaryland (2005)District of Columbia (2005)United States Supreme CourtUnited States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia, Second, Third, Fourth, and Federal CircuitsUnited States District Courts for the District of Columbia and the District of Maryland