Andre P. Barlow is a partner at Doyle, Barlow & Mazard PLLC focusing on all aspects of Antitrust, Hospitality and International Trade Law. He has extensive experience in antitrust enforcement matters before the United States Department of Justice, the Federal Trade Commission, and state enforcement agencies, as well as in complex commercial litigation involving the federal and state antitrust laws and other commercial matters.
Barlow is experienced in merger, grand jury, and other government investigations, and provides counseling and representation with respect to allegations of conspiracy, monopoly, tying, exclusive dealing, unfair competition, vertical and horizontal arrangements, unilateral conduct, Robinson Patman matters, price discrimination matters, potential mergers and joint ventures, and compliance with the Hart-Scott-Rodino Act. His antitrust litigation experience includes monopolization, Robinson Patman, price discrimination, and exclusive dealing cases.
Barlow represents clients in investigations by federal and state antitrust regulatory agencies. He also advises clients on issues related to mergers, and premerger notifications both inside and outside the United States. Barlow also advises clients in complex white collar criminal cases relating to antitrust conspiracies. He has experience in internal investigations and advising on compliance programs.