Emre N. Ilter focuses his practice on complex commercial and antitrust litigation. Emre frequently represents clients involved in antitrust price fixing and conspiracy class action litigation. He also has experience representing clients in domestic and international arbitration disputes, qui tam actions, congressional and grand jury inquiries, and mass tort litigation. In addition, Emre regularly represents clients in responding to investigative and third-party subpoenas. Emre also counsels clients on complex antitrust issues, including pricing and distribution practices, and issues specific to franchised businesses.
Emre also maintains an active pro bonopractice, and has represented pro bono clients in a variety of matters, including asylum, human rights litigation, intellectual property, international child custody, and appellate cases before federal and state courts. As part of this work, he acted as lead litigation counsel in multiple federal civil suits, and advised a pro bono client on legislative drafting efforts in connection with Congress’ reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act.
While in law school, Emre interned with the Virginia Capital Representation Resource Center where he worked on capital post-conviction appeals. He also represented indigent defendants in court as a part of the University of Virginia School of Law’s Criminal Defense Clinic.
Emre is a member of the Firm’s Associate Recruiting Committee and the Pro Bono and Community Service Committee.
Serves as antitrust counsel to a major automotive aftermarket service franchisor
Represented multiple hospitals and hospital systems in defense of qui tam whistleblower litigation involving the federal False Claims Act, Anti-Kickback Statute and Stark Law (United States ex rel. Kunz v. Halifax Health, et al. (M.D. Fla.))
Represented agricultural chemical data development task forces in arbitrations before the American Arbitration Association (AAA) brought under the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA)
Represented major corporations in responding to Federal Trade Commission, Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Department of Justice and state Attorney General subpoenas
Represented an education franchisor in a dispute with a former franchisee in an AAA arbitration
Served as lead counsel in multiple federal civil suits on behalf of pro bono clients involving human rights and international law
Defended an entrepreneur in an arbitration before the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) International Court of Arbitration in relation to a dispute with a private equity fund
Represented a federally funded captive insurer on claims arising from the World Trade Center site
Represented multiple health care management organizations in congressional inquiries preceding the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act
Represented flash memory patent holders in Section 337 investigations before the US International Trade Commission
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