Christopher Wilson is a partner in Baker Botts' Antitrust and Competition Practice group. His practice focuses on civil antitrust, intellectual property, and other complex commercial actions. Mr. Wilson has extensive experience representing both defendants and plaintiffs in federal and state courts from complaint filing through trial, as well as in advising corporate clients on a variety of antitrust and compliance matters. He has represented and advised clients across a range of industries, including but not limited to industrial manufacturing, telecommunications, pharmaceuticals, retail, and healthcare manufacturing.
Mr. Wilson leads legal teams for Fortune 500 clients that are defending against and asserting Sherman Act claims in class action and other civil litigation. He also has extensive experience defending pharmaceutical companies in patent infringement and antitrust actions, as well as representing generic pharmaceutical manufacturers in Hatch-Waxman Act litigation.
Mr. Wilson has served as co-chair of the ABA Section of Litigation's Antitrust Litigation and Consumer Litigation Committees. He currently serves as a member of the External Advisory Board for the Schreyer Honors College at Penn State University.
Mr. Wilson graduated from Stanford Law School, where he served as President of the Stanford Black Law Students Association and participated in legal clinics directed to criminal defense and public education law. He received his undergraduate degree from Penn State, where he was a Schreyer Honors Scholar and played running back and fullback for the university's football team.