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Litigation Support &
Private Sector Advice​


NMIC’s team brings a unique level of experience to antitrust investigations.  NMIC leverages over 100 years of combined experience to antitrust / competition matters in order to provide a complete spectrum of services to our clients.  

The NMIC team can support clients with all types of antitrust/competition investigative matters, including: 

  • Antitrust / Competition Cartel Conspiracies, including Price Fixing and Market Allocation matters

  • Bid Rigging and Supply Chain Collusion

  • Mergers

  • Abuse of Dominance

  • Civil Non-Merger Investigations

  • Computer Forensic Investigations

  • International & Domestic Money Laundering

  • Corruption

  • Hong Kong Competition Commission

  • New Zealand Commerce Commission

  • Australian Competition and Consumer Commission

  • Chile Fiscalia Nacional Economica (FNE)

  • Israel Competition Authority

  • Mexico Federal Economic Competition Commission (COFECE)

  • Canada Competition Bureau (CCB)

  • U.K. Serious Fraud Office

  • Australian Federal Police

  • Royal Canadian Mounted Police

  • U.K. National Crime Agency

  • The Competition Commission of Pakistan

  • Philippine Competition Commission

  • Brazil’s Administrative Council for Economic Defense (CADE)

  • Romania’s Competition Council

  • Moldova’s Competition Council

  • Ireland’s Competition and Consumer Protection Commission

  • Korea Fair Trade Commission

  • Kuwait’s Competition Protection Authority

NMIC’s team has experience working with many international competition agencies  including:

NMIC’s team also has experience working with U.S. law enforcement agencies to include:

  • U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ)

  • Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)

  • U.S. Department of Treasury – FinCEN

  • U.S. Internal Revenue Service Criminal Investigation (IRS-CI)

  • U.S. Secret Service

  • Bureau Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF)

  • Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)

  • Numerous Offices of Inspector General (OIG) – U.S. Postal, DOJ, US Army, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, NASA, U.S. Department of the Interior, U.S. General Services Administration, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Department of Transportation

  • Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR)

  • Numerous State Attorneys General Offices

Litigation Support

NMIC’s team not only has vast experience in gathering and analyzing evidence, but extensive experience with preparing for and presenting evidence for prosecution in criminal administrative hearings. 

NMIC’s team is ready to support our clients by providing the following services:

  • Providing qualified antitrust/competition expert testimony in legal proceedings

  • Conducting comprehensive evidence review to include email, chat, and all other electronic communication

  • Computer forensic analysis

  • Planning, coordinating, and conducting open source and intelligence gathering investigations

  • Analyzing evidence and prepare demonstrative timeline and telephone analysis charts

  • Performing data analytics

  • Identifying additional investigation leads and potential cooperators

  • Advise and plan for cooperator assistance under proffer, plea, and leniency/amnesty program agreements    

  • Conducting witness interviews and prepare reports for prosecution

  • Drafting and reviewing search warrants (physical location and digital, such as email), subpoenas (including trial, inspector general, and administrative subpoenas), polygraphs, and requests for email preservation and ex parte tax orders 

  • Establishing filter team reviews

Private Sector Consultations/Advice​

Risk Management: In today’s economy, businesses must provide compliance-focused training and advice on numerous issues including FCPA and antitrust awareness.  NMIC’s team is available to provide antitrust training and consult on compliance programs.

In today’s world of supply chain disruptions, there is an increased likelihood of upstream suppliers colluding to raise prices on the essential materials used by upstream manufacturers and distributors to conduct their business.  The NMIC team stands ready to consult with upstream manufacturers to assist in identifying red flags of collusion and conducting investigations, including conducting intelligence gathering operations, interviews, and cooperator development.  NMIC’s team can assist businesses in conducting and organizing an investigation, identifying if there is evidence to make a complaint, if so, the appropriate agencies to contact, and coordinate meetings with those agencies through NMIC’s extensive relationships in the antitrust community.   

Purple Podiums

Brent Snyder | Partner

 Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati

 Former U.S. Department of Justice, Antitrust Division,

Deputy Assistant Attorney General for Criminal Enforcement

“Devon is an extremely knowledgeable and engaging speaker and trainer.  While I was leading the Hong Kong Competition Commission, Devon provided outstanding skills and capacity-building training to our staff of investigators.  The staff was very enthusiastic about the training and learned many advanced and useful skills and techniques from Devon that they were able to put to good use in their work.  Given his extensive experience as a Special Agent with the FBI, Devon is a tremendous and unique resource for skills training and would provide excellent corporate compliance insights."
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