Stephen McIntyre is a skilled litigator who focuses on antitrust and competition litigation. His clients include those operating in the airline, pharmaceutical, healthcare, and entertainment industries.
Stephen is fluent in Mandarin Chinese and received a Superior rating—the highest rating possible—on the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages’ verbal proficiency test. He has spent more than two years living and working in East Asia, including an internship in Shanghai with one of China’s largest law firms. Stephen maintains an active pro bono practice representing refugees and asylum seekers.
- Prevailed at trial on behalf of Impax Laboratories in a Federal Trade Commission enforcement action challenging an alleged “reverse-payment” patent settlement agreement
- Wrote winning summary judgment brief on behalf of Samsung Electronics Co. in In re Optical Disk Drives Antitrust Litigation, extinguishing class plaintiffs’ multi-billion dollar treble damages claim against electronics manufacturers
- Represented legendary boxing promoter Top Rank in a high-profile antitrust and unfair competition lawsuit against famous boxing magnate; obtained favorable settlement with significant monetary and structural relief for client
- Successfully persuaded Federal Trade Commission to end investigation of allegedly anticompetitive patent settlement agreement without taking any enforcement action against client
- US District Court for the Central and Northern Districts of California
- US District Court for the Northern District of Florida
- Duke University, J.D.: Articles Editor, Law and Contemporary Problems; Co-founder and co-chair, Society for East Asian Legal Studies; Recipient, Faculty Award for Interdisciplinary Studies, Faculty Award for Writing
- Duke University, M.A., East Asian Studies
- Brigham Young University, B.A., Chinese: magna cum laude
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