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Jerome A. Hochberg Edit Profile

Jerome A. Hochberg, American Lawyer. Bar: New York 1960, Supreme Court of the United States Court 1963, District of Columbia 1968. Served to First lieutenant United States Army, 1955-1957, Korea; Member American Bar Association (committee chairman antitrust section, officer judicial administration division 1975-1982), District of Columbia Bar (chairman of the section antitrust 1974-1977).

Background

Hochberg, Jerome A. was born on January 22, 1933 in Newark, New Jersey, United States.

Education

Cornell University (Bachelor of Arts, 1954). Harvard University (Juris Doctor, 1959).

Career

Worked at Arter & Hadden. Admitted to the bar, 1960, New York. 1963, United States. Supreme Court.

1968, District of Columbia. Contributor of Essays to "Revitalizing Antitrust In It's Second Century," Quorum Books, 1991. Attorney, 1961-1973 and Assistant Chief, New York Office, 1968-1971, Antitrust Division, United States.

Department of Justice. Member: The District of Columbia Bar (Chairperson, Division of Antitrust, Trade Regulation and Consumer Affairs, 1974-1977). American Bar Association (Member: Judicial Administration Division.

Antitrust Law Section. Chairman, Section 7 (Clayton Act) Committee, 1971-1974. Vice Chairman, Private Antitrust Litigation Committee, 1979-1982.

Member, Executive Committee, Lawyers' Conference of Judicial Administration Division, 1975-1980. Member, 1975-1982 and Budget Officer, 1979-1982, Council of the Judicial Administration Division).

Membership

Member: The District of Columbia Bar (Chairperson, Division of Antitrust, Trade Regulation and Consumer Affairs, 1974-1977). American Bar Association (Member: Judicial Administration Division. Antitrust Law Section.

Chairman, Section 7 (Clayton Act) Committee, 1971-1974. Vice Chairman, Private Antitrust Litigation Committee, 1979-1982. Member, Executive Committee, Lawyers' Conference of Judicial Administration Division, 1975-1980.

Member, 1975-1982 and Budget Officer, 1979-1982, Council of the Judicial Administration Division).