Antitrust Section-Nick Gaglio

Nick Gaglio
Nick Gaglio
Antitrust Section

The new Chair of the Antitrust Law Section is Nick Gaglio, a partner in the New York office of AXINN.  

Drawing on over 15 years of experience, Mr. Gaglio counsels clients on a full range of antitrust issues, including civil non-merger and criminal cartel investigations, internal investigations, litigation, mergers and counseling. A skilled listener, he has helped clients resolve antitrust problems in diverse industries ranging from recycled paper to beverage packaging, sports equipment to sports entertainment. 

Gaglio’s broad antitrust litigation experience spans from conception through decision and has included strategic assessment and crafting of claims and defenses, effective e-discovery management, tactical briefing and advocacy at various critical pre-trial stages, settlement evaluation and execution at trial.  He is also a veteran of follow-on class action multidistrict litigation.

He has assisted clients obtain antitrust clearance for large and complex strategic mergers and does so frequently as global coordinating counsel. Nick has also counseled corporations on antitrust compliance and in a variety of commercial contexts, including vertical distribution and e-commerce arrangements. 

Gaglio’s pro bono matters have included successfully representing indigent women seeking divorce and child support. He has also assisted with a successful petition for permanent status under the Violence Against Women Act. He counsels the Orange Giraffe Project ("OGP"), a tax-exempt organization dedicated to providing support to women cancer survivors and assisted the OGP with obtaining its 501(c)(3) status.  He has also been for many years an active supporter of the Practicing Attorneys for Law Students (“PALS”) Program, which enhances the skills and careers of minority law students and junior attorneys.

Prior to joining its leadership team, Mr. Gaglio served the Antitrust Section as Diversity Chair for several years, helping to spearhead the section’s Diversity Fellowship program.  He also served as Membership Chair for over five years.  

Gaglio holds degrees from Duke University and The George Washington University Law School.