Lawyer profile for USA 2021
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Brian Grube has represented clients for more than 20 years in antitrust matters of all kinds. From trials and litigation to government investigations (civil and criminal) to counseling, Brian works to understand and achieve clients' objectives across a variety of industries, including the automotive, aerospace, financial services, health care, mining, pharmaceuticals and telecommunications sectors. Brian's recent litigation matters include defending a pharmaceuticals company against monopolization allegations involving its insulin products; defending a mining company against monopolization allegations asserted by a putative rival; defending an auto parts manufacturer against price-fixing claims; defeating, on summary judgment, sham litigation claims alleged against a cable television provider; and defeating at trial monopolization claims alleged against a credit reporting services provider. Brian also routinely counsels clients on joint ventures, antitrust compliance, distribution and pricing policies, and intellectual property licensing. Brian maintains an active pro bono practice focusing on immigration and criminal justice matters. He is a Fellow of the American Bar Foundation, a member of the Antitrust Law Section of the American Bar Association, currently serving as co-chair of its Spring Meeting Program, and a member of the Antitrust Section Council of the Ohio State Bar Association.