Education

University of Wisconsin Law School – J.D. 2013

University of San Diego – B.A. 2009

Admissions

State Bar of California

State Bar of Wisconsin

Timothy Z. LaComb


Associate

Mr. LaComb is an Associate in MoginRubin LLP’s San Diego office and his practice focuses on antitrust, unfair competition, and complex business litigation, particularly as they relate to mergers and acquisitions. Prior to joining MoginRubin LLP, Mr. LaComb was an Associate at Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd LLP where he helped secure several multi-million-dollar recoveries for shareholders in merger-related class action litigation.  Through his extensive experience in complex litigation, he has developed an expertise and proficiency in electronic and other discovery-related issues.  Mr. LaComb also worked as a Transaction Associate at David F. Grams & Associates, S.C. immediately after law school. He is admitted in both California and Wisconsin. Tim earned his J.D. from the University of Wisconsin School of Law, where he was on the Dean’s List and a member of the UW Law Moot Court Board, and earned his B.A. in Economics from the University of San Diego.

Publications

Altria, JUUL Call FTC’s Antitrust Complaint ‘Ill-Conceived’ and Deal Good for Competition, Consumers – Author

Elimination of Digital DIY Tax Prep Disrupter Should Concern Antitrust Law Enforcers – Author

Ninth Circuit Opens Door for Students to Receive Additional Benefits for Playing Sports, Finds NCAA Rules Violation of Antitrust Laws – Author

Seventh Circuit Breathes New Life into Refusal-to-Deal Claims – Co-Author

End of an Era: The U.S. is No Longer the Authority Figure for Multinational Mergers – Co-Author

Is a Moratorium on Mergers During the Pandemic a Bridge Too Far? – Author

Private Antitrust Action Follows FTC Complaint Against Altria and Juul Over E-Cigarette Deal – Author

U.K. Begins Phase II Probe of Cengage/McGraw-Hill Merger – Author

UK Threatens Phase II Review of Cengage/McGraw-Hill Deal – Co-Author

Consolidation of Financial Markets Continues as Morgan Stanley Offers to Buy E*TRADE, Pioneer of Low-Cost Online Trading Segment – Author

Court substituted gut instinct for robust anti-competition analysis – Co-Author

FTC Moves to Block Acquisition of Innovative Player That Has Been Good to Wet-Shave Razor Consumers – Author

Lawsuit Opposes Creation of Textbook Publishing Duopoly, But Omits a Critical Remedy – Author

Schwab/TD Ameritrade Deal Would Create a Wealth Management Market Dominator – Author

Comcast Sued for Alleged Regional Sports Network Monopsony – Author

Anheuser-Busch InBev, Craft Brew Alliance Take Relationship to the Next Level – Author

California Tackles Big Pharma’s Anticompetitive ‘Pay for Delay’ Practices That Slow Down Lower-Cost Generic Drug Development – Co-Author

California’s College Athletes May Profit from Their Positions, Kicking Off a National Wave and a Bout with the NCAA – Co-Author

Colleges, Students Tell DOJ McGraw-Hill/Cengage Merger Would Create a Textbook Duopoly – Author

Consumer Groups and Unions Tell FTC: AbbVie-Allergen Merger Will Deny Access to More Effective and Affordable Drugs – Co-Author

CBS and Viacom Get Back Together to Serve Largest Share of U.S. TV Market – Co-Author

DOJ Gets Involved in Antitrust Case Against Symantec and Others Over Malware Testing Standards – Co-Author

Remedy or Misadventure? DOJ Proposes Creation of New Competitor to Allay T-Mobile/Sprint Anticompetition Concerns – Co-Author

 

Awards and Honors