Peter Julian's practice focuses on representing companies in civil and criminal antitrust government investigations and enforcement actions and in private antitrust litigation.
He has extensive experience advising clients on a broad range of antitrust issues, including merger clearance, competitor collaborations, and competitive strategies.
Peter also has experience in complex litigation, including briefing and motion practice, pretrial discovery, and trial preparation.
He has developed particular experience working on antitrust matters with technology clients.
Blockchain Technology: A Future Antitrust Target?, The Journal of the Antitrust, UCL and Privacy Section of the California Lawyers Association, Volume 30, No. 2
DOJ Prevails in Unprecedented Arbitration in Merger Challenge, Signaling More Arbitration in Future Merger Challenges, The M&A Lawyer, Volume 24, Issue 4
Antitrust Alert: Supreme Court Requires State Supervision of Professional Boards to Secure Antitrust Immunity
Antitrust Alert: U.S. Federal Court Provides Guidance on Treating Joint Ventures as a "Single Entity" for Antitrust Purposes
- Northwestern University (J.D. with honors 2010; Order of the Coif; Managing Editor, Northwestern University Law Review; Searle Center Fellow, Northwestern Law Scholars Program); University of New Mexico (B.S. in Pure Mathematics with honors 2001; Kappa Mu Epsilon)
- Law Clerk to Judge James O. Browning, U.S. District Court, District of New Mexico (2010-2011) and legal extern to Magistrate Judge Sidney Schenkier, U.S. District Court, Northern District of Illinois (Spring 2009)