Hausfeld Named to the National Law Journal’s Plaintiff’s Hot List for the Third Year in a Row

Related Practice Areas: Mass Torts and Public Health Threats, Antitrust / Competition, Environmental Threats, Securities and Financial Services, Consumer Protection, Civil and Human Rights

Washington, DC – For the third year in a row, The National Law Journal has recognized Hausfeld’s achievements by naming it to the Plaintiffs’ Hot List.  Founded in 2008, Hausfeld is a leading global law firm, trusted by clients to litigate antitrust actions and resolve other complex legal disputes. Hausfeld has achieved billions of dollars in settlements and verdicts on behalf of claimants in just five years.

The National Law Journal reports that “despite having only two dozen lawyers in the United States, Michael Hausfeld’s self-titled law firm punches above its weight. The plaintiffs’ boutique isn’t afraid to take on firms far larger than its size and deliver results, especially in antitrust litigation.”  “In 2013 alone,” the National Law Journal notes, “the firm’s antitrust victories included wins against Baker & McKenzie, Keker & Van Nest and Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton in cases involving Chinese pharmaceutical companies and video game maker Electronic Arts Inc.”

Hausfeld’s victory record reflect the abilities and talents of Hausfeld attorneys who represent a wide range of clients—domestically and internationally—in the areas of antitrust/competition law, mass torts, environmental threats, securities fraud, consumer protection, and human civil rights.

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