With more than 25 years of broad-ranging experience as an antitrust litigator and trusted advisor, Alicia Downey offers clients the expertise and sophistication of a big law firm with the responsiveness and flexibility of a boutique.
Alicia is dedicated to providing practical advice backed by thoughtful analysis of complex legal issues and real world experience. She works with a wide range of clients, from major global enterprises to mid-sized and smaller U.S.-based businesses and individual business owners. Her diverse industry experience includes packaged foods, agricultural products, specialty pet foods, chemicals, home appliances, medical devices, industrial equipment, designer fashion and accessories, new motor vehicles, industrial equipment, software, financial services, and nutritional supplements.
Alicia has frequently spoken on antitrust topics in regional and national continuing legal education programs and teaches antitrust law as an adjunct faculty member at New England Law | Boston. She has contributed to numerous antitrust publications for lawyers, including The Antitrust Compliance Handbook: A Practitioner’s Guide (ABA 2019), Antitrust Advisor (Thomson Reuters 5th ed. 2019), Antitrust Law and Economics of Product Distribution (ABA 2d ed. 2016), and The Price Discrimination Handbook (ABA 2012).
In contested matters, Alicia is a proactive and powerful advocate with experience trying cases before judges, juries, and arbitrators. A former law clerk to a justice of the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts, she has extensive knowledge of federal and state court practice and procedures.