White R. Collin

Collin R. White


  • University of Texas School of Law, J.D., with high honors, 2013
    • Articles Editor, Texas Law Review, Volume 91
    • Member, Supreme Court Clinic
    • Order of the Coif
    • Chancellor-at-Large
  • Rice University, B.A., 2009


  • Law Clerk, Judge Neil M. Gorsuch, U.S. Court of Appeals, Tenth Circuit, 2014-2015
  • Law Clerk, Judge James O. Browning, U.S. District Court, District of New Mexico, 2013-2014

Government Service

  • Special Counsel to the Chairman of the U.S. Senate Committee on the Judiciary, 2018


  • 2014, New York
  • 2016, District of Columbia

Collin White litigates high-stakes cases in trial and appellate courts across the country.  Since he joined the firm in 2015, he has represented clients from a wide range of industries in cases about antitrust, intellectual property, securities, telecommunications, and administrative and constitutional law.  He also advises clients on antitrust and regulatory matters.

Collin regularly represents both plaintiffs and defendants in antitrust cases.  He has represented plaintiffs in a conspiracy case about software for auto dealers, In re Dealer Management Systems Antitrust Litig., MDL No. 2817 (N.D. Ill.), and a landmark monopolization case about spot cable advertising, Viamedia Inc. v. Comcast Corp., No. 16-cv-05486 (N.D. Ill.).  He has represented defendants in the Supreme Court’s leading modern Rule of Reason decision, Ohio v. American Express Co., 138 S. Ct. 2274 (2018); a price-discrimination case about a well-known energy shot, U.S. Wholesale Outlet & Distribution, Inc. v. Innovation Ventures, LLC, 89 F.4th 1126 (9th Cir. 2023) (cert. petition filed Apr. 12, 2024); the FTC’s attempt to block Meta’s acquisition of Within, a virtual reality application developer, FTC v. Meta Platforms Inc., No. No. 5:22-cv-04325-EJD (N.D. Cal.); and the FTC’s ongoing monopolization action in FTC v. Meta Platforms, Inc., No. 20-3590 (D.D.C.).

Collin also regularly represents clients in appeals.  For example, he has helped secure victories for telecommunications clients (in Greenlining Institute v. FCC, No. 17-73283 (9th Cir. 2020), and Bellsouth Telecommunications LLC v. Cobb County, No. S17G2011 (Ga. 2019)); a software company (in Intellisoft, Ltd. v. Acer Am. Corp., 955 F.3d 927 (Fed. Cir. 2020)); and an individual injured by a medical device (in In re Bard IVC Filters Products Liability Litigation, 969 F.3d 1067 (9th Cir. 2020)).