Portrait of Joseph Angland

Joseph Angland : Associate

Joseph Angland has practised competition law for over 40 years, serving as first chair on numerous large litigations, and advising on mergers and other transactions, as well as on a myriad of competition issues. He was a Partner in several international law firms: White & Case LLP, where he co-chaired the New York competition practice; Heller Ehrman, where he chaired the New York competition practice; and Dewey Ballantine, where he chaired the worldwide competition practice. Joseph served as Chair of the American Bar Association’s Antitrust Section—the world’s largest association of competition lawyers and economists, with over 9,000 members. He was the principal Editor of Antitrust Law Developments, the Section’s treatise on United States antitrust law, and has authored or edited over 50 antitrust publications. He also served on the Section’s council and as the officer in charge of the Section’s programmes and committees. Joseph regularly lectures on both substantive competition issues and litigation techniques. He has served as an Adviser to the International Competition Network.

Joseph has a substantial background in economics, having received a BS in economics from MIT, where he took numerous graduate economics courses while pursuing that undergraduate degree. His work on antitrust litigations often required him to deal with experts in economics in general and econometrics in particular. Joseph has been a guest lecturer on competition issues at Fordham Law School and has served as an Editor of Competition Policy International.

Joseph has been ranked among the leading competition lawyers in the USA and the world by Global Competition Review, Chambers, Practical Law, Best Lawyers, Who’s Who Legal, Super Lawyers, and other publications. He has also been named as one of 500 outstanding trial lawyers in the USA and one of the top 100 lawyers in all disciplines in New York City.

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Joseph speaks English.

Tel: +44 (0) 1865 253000

Joseph's specialisms include:

Selected
professional experience

  • Represented Chrysler Corporation in a law suit challenging a General Motors/Toyota joint venture

  • Represented Chrysler Corporation in a case challenging its alleged tying of radio sales to automobile purchases

  • Represented DaimlerChrysler in a suit challenging its joint venture with Ford and General Motors relating to automobile parts

  • Represented Sandoz Corporation in numerous lawsuits relating to pharmaceutical pricing

  • Represented Mobil Oil in several tax litigations, including what was at the time the largest tax litigation in US history

  • Represented Fannie Mae in several tax litigations

Selected
publications

  • Antitrust Law Developments (4th ed.), Editor in Chief

  • Antitrust Law Developments (3rd ed.), Editorial Board and author of chapter on monopolisation

  • Joint and Several Liability, Contribution, and Claim Reduction

  • Issues in Competition Law and Policy, Editorial Board

  • Federal and State Price Discrimination Law, Editorial Board

  • Angland, J. (2008), ‘Resale price maintenance in the United States: a review and prognosis’, Competition Law International, 4:27

Qualifications

  • BS Economics, MIT, USA

  • JD (cum laude), Harvard Law School, USA

  • Admitted to the Bars of New York State and Washington, DC, USA

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