Lawyer profile for USA 2021
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An accomplished antitrust, sports, and commercial litigator, and chair of the firm’s college sports sub-practice, David Greenspan has represented clients in complex commercial disputes at both the trial and appellate court levels, as well as before arbitration panels and government agencies. In connection with antitrust matters, David has acted as plaintiffs and defense counsel in cases involving monopolization, predatory pricing, price-fixing, group boycotts, and other restraints of trade. He has also defended companies in criminal and administrative proceedings brought by the U.S. Department of Justice and international competition authorities. David regularly counsels clients on antitrust matters, including implementing antitrust compliance policies and programs. With respect to sports-related litigation, David has litigated cases involving antitrust law, labor law, licensing, agent regulation, active and retired player rights, and collegiate athlete rights. He regularly represents the NFL Players Association and NFL players and has also represented NBA players, the NBA Players Association, the MLB Players Association, the NHL Players’ Association, classes of D-I collegiate athletes, professional poker players, a prospective NHL owner, professional sports agents, and an Olympic gold medalist.