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cahil .com | New York | Washington D.C. | London Dean Ringel is a member of Cahill Gordon & Reindel LLP’s litigation andantitrust practice groups. Dean has extensive experience in antitrust,media law, financial litigation, intellectual property and appellate areas.
Dean has counseled or litigated in a variety of high-visibility antitrustmatters, at the trial and appellate levels. He has led both class andindividual antitrust defense litigation teams, and has served as national"settlement counsel" in antitrust class action litigations.
Dean has represented leading newspapers, news and business magazines, television networks and broadcasters in libel, privacy, reporter’sprivilege and access matters in the state and federal trial and appellatecourts and in the Supreme Court of the United States. Dean is named among New York's top ten Media & Entertainment/First Amendment litigation lawyers by Chambers USA. Dean has also litigated intellectual property, employment discrimination Cahill Gordon & Reindel LLP
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Practices
Antitrust Matters:
Lead counsel in successful en banc proceeding overturning panel opinion and reinstating dismissal of a purported claim under Section 2 of the Sherman Act (NicSand v. 3M).
Argued and secured unanimous decision from New York Court of Appeals rejecting expansion of concept of fiduciary duty in commonlaw securities setting. (Oddo Asset Management v. Barclays Bank Education
Lead counsel in defense of a series of Sherman Act Section 2 antitrust suits brought against a pharmaceutical company relating to the Hatch-Waxman Act. (In re Remeron Antitrust) Lead counsel for Sony Music in price-fixing suits brought in stateand federal courts against Sony Music (and other music companies) Clerkship/Government
by retailers, consumers and State Attorney General. (In re Compact Disc Antitrust, MDL 1216 (C.D. Cal.); In re Compact Disc Minimum Advertised Price Antitrust (MDL 1361, D. Maine); Ottinger v. EMI Other Antitrust Matters:
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Settlement counsel for 3M Company in nationwide state and federalantitrust class action lawsuits.
Co-led successful trial defense of Engelhard Corp. against Department of Justice effort to enjoin a merger transaction underSection 7 of the Clayton Act. (United States v. Engelhard) Represented Sony Music (and Barbra Streisand) in Rhode IslandSuperior and Supreme Courts in successful defense of a claim underRhode Island antitrust laws. (ERI-Max v. Streisand, et al.) Provided antitrust advice and counsel in connection with multi-billion dollar international tender offer.
Media/First Amendment Matters:
Represented publisher and author in defending against claim forinjunctive relief sought with respect to The Truth about ChuckNorris: 400 Facts about the World's Greatest Human. Defended NBC in libel claim brought against Saturday Night Live.
(Frank v. NBC) Successfully represented Yale University Press against an IslamicCharity which agreed to drop its libel suit in the face of anti-SLAPPmotions brought by Yale and other defendants. The plaintiffs’lawyer was quoted as saying of the motion: "Yale came at us hard."(KinderUSA v. Yale University Press et al.) Obtained dismissal for book authors and publisher of claims in alibel suit arising from Iran-Contra scandal. (Secord v. Cockburn) Successfully represented television's Law and Order in New York inFair Trial and Free Press Issues.
Successfully represented Time Magazine in libel suit brought by theChurch of Scientology International. (Church of ScientologyInternational v. Time Warner, Inc.) Obtained dismissal of claims in a libel action brought in Kentuckystate court concerning Tennessee Walking Horses at "TheCelebration" for television's Inside Edition. (Stith v. CosmosBroadcasting) Represented Inside Edition journalists at trial in a suit concerningthe scope of permissible newsgathering activities (Wolfson v. Lewis) Successfully represented The New York Times in protracted libellitigation brought by the former New York City Medical Examiner.
(Gross v. New York Times Co.) Represented McGraw Hill in the first case to recognize Reporters'Privilege for credit rating entity. (In re Scott Paper) Other Selected Matters:
Successfully defended Columbia University in a tenure dispute.
(Natta v. Columbia University) Represented The New York Times as plaintiff's counsel in LanhamAct-based challenge to another newspaper's use of a confusinglysimilar typography in its "flag". (New York Times Co. v. NewsWorld Communications Inc.) Represented Mead's Lexis/Nexis in trademark, anti-dilutionchallenge to the use of Lexus name.
Counsel of Record on successful petition for certiorari to theSupreme Court of the United States in connection with accountantsliability claims under the securities laws. (KPMG Peat Marwick v.
Holloway) Professional Activities:
Dean has served as chair or co-chair of the Federal Courts Committeeand the Antitrust Litigation Committee of the Commercial and FederalLitigation Section of the New York State Bar Association. He has servedas a member of the Antitrust and Trade Regulation, Communicationsand Federal Legislation Committees of the New York City BarAssociation. He served as President of the Defense Counsel Section, ofthe Media Law Resource Center. He has lectured for the PLI on Section 2 of the Sherman Act andemployment issues, and also at New York University and the ColumbiaSchool of Journalism on libel topics. He has authored articles addressingprivacy law, libel law and electronic publications, and is a co-author ofthe MLRC Annual Survey of Second Circuit Libel Law.
For over a decade, Dean has served on the Board of Trustees of thePublic Education Association and its successor, the Center forEducational Innovation — Public Education Association, groups devotedto advancing the interest of public schools.
Dean joined Cahill in 1972 upon completion of his clerkship and becamea partner in 1979.

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