Neal Potischman is a partner in Davis Polk’s Menlo Park office. He has extensive experience litigating class action and other high-stakes civil disputes, with a focus on litigation relating to mergers and acquisitions, international cartels and other complex antitrust matters. Mr Potischman has represented individuals and institutions in a variety of civil, regulatory and criminal matters, including in connection with alleged price fixing in the markets for liquid crystal displays, optical disc drives and also in the fine art auction market, and in connection with alleged monopolisation of the market for services by heavy duty helicopters. He has also provided antitrust advice in connection with a number of mergers. His current and former clients include Abbot Laboratories, AMI Semiconductor, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Innolux Corporation, Equinix, Erickson Air-Crane, KPMG, LG Electronics, Morgan Stanley, Palm, Pfizer, Roche AG, SMART Modular and T-Mobile USA. He is a graduate of Swarthmore College and Harvard Law School.