J.D., Harvard Law School, 1962
B.A., Yale University, 1959
Harvey Applebaum, who will teach Antitrust Practice at the Law School this spring, is senior counsel in Covington & Burling's Antitrust and International Trade practices. His antitrust and consumer protection practice includes Department of Justice and FTC investigations and litigation, both civil and criminal; private antitrust litigation; and a diverse counseling practice, including distribution, price discrimination, competitor arrangements, mergers and joint ventures, intellectual property and trade associations.
Applebaum's international trade practice involves International Trade Commission, Commerce Department and U.S. Trade Representative proceedings under the anti-dumping and countervailing duty laws, Section 201 of the Trade Act and other trade laws, and WTO and NAFTA dispute matters. He also has an active practice in customs law matters, including classification, valuation, foreign origin, compliance reviews, NAFTA and penalty proceedings. He has been regularly involved in trade law and customs law judicial appeals.
He is a former chairman of the American Bar Association Antitrust Law Section, was the first chairman of the editorial board of ABA Antitrust Law Developments, was chairman of the Section's Robinson-Patman Act Committee, and has been a member of several Antitrust Section task forces. He is currently a member of the Section's International Antitrust Task Force.
He has written numerous articles on antitrust law and international trade law subjects.