Chambers USA has described Frank as a “thoughtful heavy-lifter” and a “talented antitrust attorney who provides excellent advice to clients.” He has been practicing antitrust law for more than 20 years and represents clients such as Intel, SanDisk and Oracle in all aspects of public and private enforcement, including international cartel cases, class actions, merger clearances and civil conduct investigations. He also provides day-to-day counseling on competition issues‚ with an emphasis on distribution and acquisition strategies.
Frank is a past vice-chair of the ABA Antitrust Section’s Trade, Sports and Professional Associations Committee, is a contributor to many Section publications and speaks regularly on antitrust issues.
Frank has also handled appeals from many eight- to 10-figure judgments in state and federal appellate courts across the United States and has won approximately $170 million in reversals. He regularly advises trial counsel on appellate strategy and error preservation. He has been recognized as a leading Bay Area appellate practitioner.
Frank has been honored for his pro bono work by, among others, the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights of the San Francisco Bay Area and California Lawyer magazine. He sits on the firm’s Diversity Executive Committee.