Cale Johnson

Cale Johnson

Cale A. Johnson is a member in the litigation practice in Dykema’s Bloomfield Hills, Michigan office. Mr. Johnson focuses on all aspects of antitrust and competition law. Mr. Johnson has extensive experience representing corporations in government investigations, including civil merger defense and criminal investigations into allegations of price fixing, bid rigging, and market allocation. Mr. Johnson has represented clients in matters involving governmental antitrust and regulatory authorities around the world, including investigations by global authorities into potential anti-competitive practices in the automotive industry. Mr. Johnson has also represented a number of U.S. and international Fortune 500 companies in high-profile civil litigation, including class action defense. Mr. Johnson has developed antitrust compliance programs and presentations to train employees to avoid exposing their employers to antitrust problems. He has also provided clients with valuable antitrust counseling in many other contexts, including potential health care mergers and non-compete litigation. Mr. Johnson is very active in leadership in bar associations at the state and national level. He currently serves as Vice Chair of the State Bar of Michigan, Antitrust, Franchising & Trade Regulation Section. He also currently serves as the Young Lawyer Representative of the American Bar Association, Section of Antitrust Law, Membership & Diversity Committee. Mr. Johnson has also assisted in a variety of projects on behalf of the Cartel & Criminal Practice Committee.

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Episodes
May 1, 2017
ABA Section of Antitrust Law Spring Meeting 2017: What’s Going on in Consumer Protection Law?

In this legal podcast Patricia Conners talks about her experience in consumer protection and how it compares to her antitrust career.

May 1, 2017
ABA Section of Antitrust Law Spring Meeting 2017: A Closer Look at the FTC’s Global Role in Consumer Protection

Deon Woods Bell and Laureen Kapin talk about their experiences both with the FTC and with the ABA Antitrust Section.