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Howard B. Iwrey, a Dykema antitrust and trade regulation attorney with more than 25 years experience, represents companies from a broad range of industries including automotive, health care, technology, defense, commercial finance, sports, art publishing, utilities, retail, consumer appliances, electronics and investment services. Mr. Iwrey is the leader of the Firm's Antitrust and Trade Regulation and Securities Litigation practices as well as a member of the Firm's E-Discovery Group.

Howard B. Iwrey, Michigan-based antitrust and trade regulation attorney with the law firm of Dykema Gossett PLLC, was quoted extensively in the Law360 article, “How Banks Can Build Strong Antitrust Compliance Programs,” which discusses various ways that banks can add new preventive measures against antitrust violations.

Banks and other financial institutions have been under a high level of scrutiny by the antitrust enforcement authorities for a number of years. Investigations and civil litigation have focused on, among other things, manipulation of the Libor and the foreign exchange markets.
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