Partner, Hogan Lovells
Benjamin Holt is a partner in Hogan Lovells’ antitrust litigation practice in Washington, DC. Ben has significant experience defending class actions following government investigations and coordinating litigation and investigations across borders. He has also handled numerous stand-alone antitrust lawsuits and investigations covering a range of competition issues from mergers to price-fixing, and everything in between.
Ben has litigated antitrust cases on both sides of the ‘v’ and has represented clients in matters before the US Federal Trade Commission, the US Department of Justice, and various state attorneys general. Ben brings this experience to his counselling practice in which he regularly advises clients on antitrust and competition issues arising from business deals and disputes as well as compliance with federal and state antitrust laws. He has experience in a wide range of industries, but has focused most of his work on financial services, automotive and healthcare.
Ben has published a variety of articles on antitrust and antitrust litigation topics and regularly presents to clients and others on developments in the field and relevant antitrust topics, such as antitrust compliance for trade associations and strategies to defend antitrust class actions. In addition to this publication, he is the co-author of Antitrust Compliance, published by Bloomberg BNA as part of the Corporate Practice series. Ben also serves as an adjunct professor at Georgetown University Law Center, teaching a seminar on antitrust practice and writing.