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Michael B. Kimberly

Michael B. Kimberly

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Michael Kimberly is a senior associate in the Supreme Court & Appellate Group in Mayer Brown's Washington DC office. Michael has been the principal brief-writer in more than a dozen cases before the US Supreme Court (including several cases for the parties on the merits) and dozens more before all twelve US Courts of Appeals. He has argued seven cases before the Second, Sixth, Seventh, and Ninth Circuits and the US District Court for the District of Columbia. Most recently, Michael argued before the Second Circuit in that court’s first en banc rehearing in two years.

Michael’s work has involved a wide range of constitutional, statutory, and administrative issues, with particular focus on the antitrust laws, environmental law, and constitutional law. Michael's antitrust experience includes defending a broad range of Sherman and Clayton Act cases, with special emphasis on price-fixing conspiracies, attempted monopolization, and international jurisdiction and extraterritoriality. His environmental litigation practice focuses on the Clean Water and Clean Air Acts and their implementing regulations. And in the constitutional litigation context, Michael has deep experience with the Commerce Clause, the Due Process Clause, and—principally in connection with his pro bono work—the First and Fourth Amendments.

Michael is an associate member of the Edward Coke Appellate Inn of Court and a regular participant in the Georgetown Supreme Court Institute.

A summa cum laude graduate of Princeton University, Michael received his JD from the Yale Law School, where he served as Editor of The Yale Law Journal and Executive Editor of the Yale Law and Policy Review. Following law school, Michael clerked for Judge Michael Daly Hawkins on the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.

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