Edward Kling concentrates on complex international deals, litigation and arbitration in major competition and antitrust, intellectual property and technology cases.
He has been described in independent legal directory Chambers UK as “a wonderful strategist” and “a potent advocate who understands the language of economics.”
Mr. Kling has been lead counsel in numerous cutting-edge international cases. He has represented clients such as Crown/CarnaudMetalBox, Elliott Turbomachinery, Elonex, FMC/United Defense, Inpro, Itel/National Semiconductor, Phoenix, Pitney Bowes, Spectra-Physics, and Travelex/Thomas Cook.
He was the managing partner of Dechert's London office until 1994. He is a co-editor of Joint Ventures in Europe (Butterworths, 1997) and Obtaining Discovery Abroad (American Bar Association, 1990); and the author of “Arbitrating International Antitrust Cases” in The International Practice of Law (Helbing & Lichenahn and Kluwer, 1997).