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Antitrust / Competition

This Is What We Do. Hausfeld's U.S. competition/antitrust litigation experience – pursuing a corporation's claims through individual representation, group or class litigation, settlement, negotiation, trial, or appeals – is unparalleled.

Few if any U.S. law firms are litigating more competition/antitrust cases on behalf of corporations injured by anticompetitive activity than Hausfeld. Not only trusted by business clients, federal courts have specifically appointed and trusted us to pursue recoveries for victims of antitrust cartels in more than 30 cases in the last ten years. Recognizing the firm's antitrust prowess, the Global Competition Review has noted that "The Hausfeld team has established themselves as one of – if not the – top Plaintiffs' antitrust firm in the U.S." The Legal 500 likewise consistently ranks Hausfeld among the top five firms in the United States for antitrust litigation – plaintiff representation. Naming Hausfeld to its Plaintiffs' Hot List for the third year in a row in 2014, The National Law Journal reported that Hausfeld "punches above its weight" and "isn't afraid to take on firms far larger than its size and deliver results, especially in antitrust litigation."

Hausfeld lawyers have a consistent track record of:

  • Successfully litigating and resolving the world's most significant plaintiffs' private competition/antitrust enforcement actions, recovering billions of dollars for our clients and businesses we have been appointed by courts to represent;
  • Building a talented team of professionals representing one of the largest plaintiffs' private competition/antitrust enforcement teams in the U.S.;
  • Working cooperatively and efficiently with our European partners to offer our clients a coordinated approach to their global claims.

Clients impacted by cartels or other anticompetitive conduct rely on us for our antitrust expertise and our history of success both in the courtroom and at the negotiation table.

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