- Antitrust & Competition
- Litigation & Dispute Resolution
- Commercial Litigation
- Franchise & Dealer
- Toxic Tort
- White Collar Defense & Compliance
|Contact Info||Telephone: 202-263-3221|
|University ||Georgetown University, B.S.F.S., International Politics, 2006|
|Law School||American University Washington College of Law, J.D., cum laude, 2009|
|Admitted||2009, Virginia; 2014, US Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit; 2010, District of Columbia|
Stephen Medlock is an associate in Mayer Brown's Litigation & Dispute Resolution practice. He focuses on representing some of the world's largest companies and corporate executives in private antitrust litigation, white collar investigations, and complex merger clearances. His substantive litigation experience includes successful pre-trial motions, taking and defending depositions, successful substantive motions, trial preparation, and post-trial motions practice in class action matters, criminal and civil investigations brought by the Department of Justice and Federal Trade Commission, and private party actions. Stephen's white collar experience includes counseling clients on criminal antitrust compliance measures, advocating before the Department of Justice, and preparing clients to testify before grand juries. Stephen's merger experience includes domestic and international merger review, notification filings, advocating before the FTC and DOJ, and counseling and defending clients in connection with potential acquisitions.
Outside of the antitrust field, Stephen has experience defending and counseling clients in trade secrets actions, contact disputes, and environmental litigation.
During law school, he was a legal clerk to the Hon. Richard D. Bennett of the US District Court for the District of Maryland and the United States Department of Justice, Criminal Division. He was also awarded the Mooers Trophy for being the outstanding trial advocate in his law school class. He is currently the Yong Lawyer Representative to the Exemption and Immunities Committee of the American Bar Association's Antitrust Section.
Stephen has contributed to a number of publications in the field of antitrust. In 2013, the Institute of Competition Law recognized A Policy Divided Against Itself? Health Care Reform and FTC Enforcement Policy as the best general antitrust article by a private practitioner.
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Second Circuit Clarifies Statute of Limitations in Criminal Conspiracy Cases
Robert E. Bloch,Kelly B. Kramer,Stephen M. Medlock, December 16, 2013
On December 9, 2013, the US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit significantly expanded the protections of the statute of limitations in criminal matters by holding that transactions such as interest payments that are tainted by conspiracy are insufficient to extent the statute of limitations....
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