Michael Kucharski is an associate in White & Case's leading Antitrust/Competition Group. His practice involves a wide-range of antitrust matters. Michael has experience in representing clients in group-boycott cases alleging Sherman, Clayton, and Donnely Act violations, as well advising clients on their compliance with antitrust regulations in order to avoid potential antitrust claims. He also has experience in merger-clearance work with both US and foreign regulators, including Second Requests and multi-jurisdictional work.
In addition to his antitrust experience, Michael has litigation and arbitration experience, having represented clients in numerous complex litigations. In particular, he has represented numerous debtors in Chapter 11 proceedings, including Hertz. In addition, Michael has also represented clients in front of various arbitral bodies, including ICSID, ICC, LCIA, and ad hoc arbitrations. His arbitration work has included both investor-state disputes, as well as commercial disputes under a variety of laws.
Michael maintains an active pro bono practice, representing clients in numerous immigration and asylum related petitions.