Theodore Case Whitehouse is a partner in the Litigation Department, focusing on litigation, with a particular emphasis on antitrust and Foreign Corrupt Practices Act matters. Ted regularly engages in trial and appellate litigation and in antitrust and Foreign Corrupt Practices Act investigations and counseling. Recent significant engagements have included representation of Teva Pharmaceuticals in internal investigations, private antitrust litigation, M&A transactions, and government investigations; representing Space Systems/Loral in its acquisition by MacDonald Dettwiler & Associates, and advising Yamaha Motor Corporation USA on antitrust matters. Ted’s experience includes involvement in significant government antitrust enforcement matters from both the private practice and government sides.
Ted served as a trial attorney in the Antitrust Division of the Justice Department, where he spent most of his time on the trial and settlement of United States v. AT&T, the case that led to the break-up of the Bell System in 1982. Previously he served as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable George H. Revercomb in Washington, D.C.
Ted currently supervises Willkie’s Washington, D.C. office Pro Bono Legal Assistance Program. From 1991 to the present, Ted has served as Chair of the Appellate Advocacy Continuing Legal Education Program jointly sponsored by the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit and the D.C. Bar. He is a member of the American Bar Association and of the Board of Directors of the Council for Court Excellence.