Aaron Gott is a top-rated antitrust lawyer who focuses on antitrust and competition litigation, complex business litigation, challenges to government conduct, and appeals. Aaron has represented clients in dozens of antitrust cases, and served as lead counsel in a number of them, including: FTC v Qualcomm, In re Disposable Contact Len Antitrust Litigation, In re Capacitors Litigation, Salt River Agricultural Improvement District v. Tesla Energy, and North Carolina State Board of Dental Examiners v. FTC (see representative matters for a more complete list). He has represented several parties before the U.S. Supreme Court and argued countless appeals in the U.S. Courts of Appeals. He is also one of the nation’s leading lawyers on issues involving antitrust federalism and the state-action immunity. He counsels clients on a range of issues, including antitrust compliance, antitrust exemptions including farm cooperatives under the Capper-Volstead Act, and employment noncompete agreements.
Aaron is a combat veteran who served nearly a decade in the U.S. Army. He entered law school with over five years of professional writing experience as a newspaper editor and Army public affairs officer. His work has been published in newspapers throughout the country, trade magazines, academic journals, and government publications; he has received accolades from general officers, scholars, high-profile litigators, and even federal judges. Aaron’s legal scholarship has been called “meticulously researched and brilliantly argued,” and showcased as “rigorous and elegant writing.”