Kevin J. Arquit Featured Guest on CNBC After Hours
Kevin J. Arquit, partner and co-chair of the antitrust group at Kasowitz Benson Torres, was a featured guest on the December 28, 2020 CNBC After Hours program. During the interview, Mr. Arquit discusses the government antitrust lawsuits against big tech companies such as Facebook, including what the government needs to show to prove a monopoly, how the alleged harm to their consumers is different from typical antitrust cases, and what arguments these big tech companies may make in response. Mr. Arquit also discusses why divestiture may be a more appropriate remedy if the government proves there has been illegal conduct.
Kevin J. Arquit, co-chair of Kasowitz’s antitrust group, is one of the world’s top antitrust attorneys. He represents clients in high-profile antitrust litigation before the Federal Trade Commission, the Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice and numerous state and international competition authorities. Mr. Arquit also provides a wide variety of companies with ongoing antitrust counseling. He has been consistently ranked by prominent legal publications such as Chambers USA, Chambers Global, The Legal 500, Law360 and National Law Journal as a leading lawyer in his field.