Shareholders John Mackay and Justin Toth co-presented a CLE seminar: “Marketing, Distribution and Purchasing: Big Antitrust Problems for Small Business” at the Utah State Bar’s 2006 Spring Convention in St. George.
John Mackay’s practice involves complex business litigation, with an emphasis on antitrust litigation, unfair competition and business torts, and corporate litigation. He is recognized by his peers as one of The Best Lawyers in America in Antitrust Law. Mr. Mackay has litigated numerous antitrust cases under Sections 1 and 2 of the Sherman Act, the Clayton Act, and the Robinson-Patman Act in industries that include various software products and software markets, managed health care, hospitals, chemicals, airplane fuel, health supplements, baked goods, waste products, gas stations, and real estate. He counsels large and small companies in implementing antitrust compliance programs, and document retention policies, and in responding to government inquiries and subpoenas. He received his J.D. from the University of Virginia in 1994.
Justin Toth’s practice involves all types of commercial litigation with an emphasis on antitrust and unfair competition matters, including claims under the Sherman Act, Clayton Act, and Robinson-Patman Act. In addition, he has expertise in counseling both large and small companies in establishing effective antitrust compliance programs, creating document retention policies, and responding to inquiries from the Federal Trade Commission and U.S. Department of Justice. His clients include multi-national chemical companies, members of the health care industry and retailers. He received his J.D. from the University of Utah College of Law in 1992.