“Hausfeld has a team of world-class antitrust lawyers on the plaintiff side, many of whom previously worked on the defense side.” Lieff Cabraser Heimann & Bernstein, LLP, is an audiovisual law firm founded in 1972 with 120 lawyers and offices in San Francisco, New York, Nashville and Munich. We have a diverse practice that successfully represents plaintiffs in the areas of personal injury and mass crime, securities and financial fraud, workplace discrimination and illegal employment practices, product defects, consumer protection, antitrust law, environmental and toxic exposures, the False Claims Act, digital privacy and data security, and human rights. Our clients include individuals, classes and groups of people, companies as well as public and private institutions. Executives at several national plaintiff companies, benefiting from increased interest in meaningful work, said that not only had they begun to apply new strategies for campus recruitment, but they also appeared to benefit from the highly dynamic job market for existing employees. We are not a traditional law firm. Our offices “feature an indoor volleyball court, golf simulators, table tennis, pool table and a large mural of presenters in the middle of a rap battle, all designed to make the juice of the competition flow for the more than 30 lawyers who work [here].” (Hollywood Reporter, January 2019). We are the only law firm considered “a good candidate for Inc.`s annual list. the coolest offices in the world.” (Inc., January 2019). And unlike other companies that talk about flat hierarchical structures and give meaningful work to everyone on our team, we really mean it. Just ask our staff who have successfully discussed some of the most important consumer appeal issues of our time. Or talk to our computer forensics team, who have advised our political leaders on issues ranging from the security of our elections to the inappropriate persecution of children. Our holiday season is epic event with ever-increasing production video content and sometimes live performances.
Our summer program is known to include fake summer employees, polar bear lawyers, and a few other pranks that have never been published. In fact, our main summer recruitment tool in Chicago is a beach party with multiple levels of volleyball competition. Sounds like a place where you want to work? At Lieff Cabraser Heimann & Bernstein, LLP, Brendan Glackin served as President of the plaintiff-focused antitrust group, which has a strong track record of fighting global cartels, monopolies and other anti-competitive practices on behalf of a range of companies, consumers, investors and employees. Based solely in the firm`s San Francisco office, the team has developed notable expertise in antitrust and labor law issues, including non-poaching agreements and the resulting wage suppression. In addition to these soft skills, Glackin also has experience with anti-competitive measures and issues in the healthcare sector. Elsewhere, Eric Fastiff has seen an increase in the number of cases related to the sports and pharmacy sectors, while Dean Harvey regularly represents clients in antitrust cases, particularly in pricing that oscillates between labor law and intellectual property law. Lin Chan is also active in this field, having experience in issues that affect employees and consumers. Lieff Cabraser, who is described by The American Lawyer as “one of the nation`s leading plaintiff firms,” has a national reputation for professional integrity and successful prosecution of our clients` claims. We have sophisticated legal skills and the financial resources to handle large and complex cases and prosecute some of the largest companies in the country. We are very proud of our firm`s leadership in many of the most important cases in the country, including those that have led to historic decisions and precedents. “Kellie Lerner is both a brilliant lawyer and a very good person. Kellie commands the play not by shouting, but with calm confidence.
She knows how to reassure people, how to get the most out of her team, and how to advance business goals both in the courtroom and in the community. I`m also a big fan of partners William Reese, Meegan Hollywood and Aaron Sheanin, each of whom is an experienced litigator of the highest quality, handling dynamic and state-of-the-art litigation. Boies Schiller Flexner LLP has experience in representing plaintiffs and defendants, but is particularly active on the plaintiff side and conducts a large number of antitrust lawsuits. It first attracted attention for its role in international pricing cases, but has also gained a reputation for handling cases where conspiracies, anti-competitive agreements and monopolies are alleged. David Boies, a founding partner based in New York, Scott Gant, based in Washington DC, and Carl Goldfarb, based in Fort Lauderdale, are the practitioners to consider. In mid-2020, Christopher Renner moved to Davis Wright Tremaine LLP, while William Isaacson moved to Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP. Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll PLLC, one of the leading plaintiffs` firms in the field, respected by plaintiffs and defense companies, specializes in original property cases and uses a team of licensed private investigators to investigate corporate misconduct. “Highly skilled in dealing with economic issues that arise in cartel cases,” the broader antitrust group is characterized by high-stakes antitrust lawsuits, particularly in disputes over securities, late payment, non-poaching, and wage suppression. While the team is particularly important in the pharmaceutical sector – an area of interest of New York-based Sharon Robertson – it is also well-equipped to resolve disputes in the financial services, high-tech, electronics and agriculture sectors. The group, led by Washington DC-based duo Benjamin Brown and Brent Johnson, also includes Richard Koffman, an expert on pricing and monopolization; Daniel Small, a “true team player”; and “intelligent, experienced and highly competent strategist and oral counsel” Kit Pierson, all based in the DC office.
The antitrust group of Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP has a long-standing reputation on both sides of the case and strengthened its credentials on the plaintiff side in 2020 with the hiring of former Boies Schiller Flexner LLP partner William Isaacson, one of the nation`s leading antitrust lawyers, who has decades of experience in successfully representing plaintiffs in high-stakes antitrust cases across the country. Isaacson is acting as lead counsel for direct buyer plaintiffs (Animal Science Products) in a class action lawsuit against four Chinese companies — the first U.S. price fixing lawsuit against a Chinese company. The National Law Journal has recognized Lieff Cabraser as one of the nation`s leading plaintiff law firms for fourteen years, and we are members of the Hot List Hall of Fame of its plaintiffs, “who represent the best qualities of the plaintiffs` bar and demonstrate unusual commitment and creativity.” The National Law Journal separately recognized Lieff Cabraser as one of the “Top 50 Plaintiff Law Firms in America.” “From my experience working with various groups of applicants, I have found that the RK team is the most professional, thoughtful and strong overall. They are excellent lawyers who know how to plead and fight intelligently for the interests of their clients. They are also practical and realistic, knowing when to fight and when to settle down to get the best results for their clients. Founded in 2017, moginrubin LLP class action boutique has “extensive experience in antitrust litigation” and uses “close contacts with leading economic and claims experts.” .