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Antony (Tony) Kim, is a partner in the Antitrust & Competition practice in Washington, D.C., and Global Co-chair of the Cybersecurity & Data Privacy team, which is nationally recognized for "an aggressive yet practical approach" that "meets the needs of both in-house counsel and tech-savvy business clients."
Tony represents clients in investigations before the Federal Trade Commission and the Department of Justice, and in private actions and counseling engagements, across an array of antitrust and competition issues, and in consumer-facing privacy, cybersecurity, incident response, and sales & marketing matters. His clients are engaged in diverse industries, such as software, hardware, financial services, chemicals, transportation, medical devices, media, fashion, and various online and mobile platforms.
In 2014, the National Law Journal named Tony to its list of D.C. Rising Stars, a "game changing" group of private, government and public interest attorneys who practice in our nation's capital. Tony was also awarded the Client Choice Award in antitrust and competition by the International Law Office (ILO) and Lexology based on a survey of more than 2,000 senior in-house counsel. He is recognized by Super Lawyers D.C. Rising Stars for antitrust litigation and media matters, by Legal 500 for both cybersecurity and antitrust, by Benchmark Litigation's Hot List, and by Cybersecurity Docket, who named Tony to its inaugural cybersecurity "Incident Response 30."
Tony's experience spans the full gamut of antitrust and competition matters, including the defense of mergers and acquisitions before the federal antitrust agencies, defense of criminal cartel proceedings, and civil litigation. His cybersecurity and data privacy practice includes proactive cybersecurity program development, board governance on cyber risk oversight, data breach management and regulatory compliance, as well as a host of data protection and consumer protection compliance issues and investigations before the Federal Trade Commission, State Attorneys General, the BBB, in civil class action litigation, and in counseling capacities. A representative list of Tony's engagements is provided below.
Before joining Orrick, Tony was a member of the antitrust litigation practice group at White & Case LLP in Washington, D.C. Prior to law school, he worked in Philadelphia as an investment consultant for corporate asset portfolios.
Representative Antitrust and Competition experience:
Representative Cybersecurity and Data Privacy experience: