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Sports Law - USA - Nationwide
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Head, New York Antitrust Group and co-head, Sports Law practice. Handles a variety of antitrust litigation at the federal and state trial and appellate court levels, as well as governmental investigations, class actions and arbitrations. Provides general antitrust counseling and compliance programs for a broad range of clients. Extensive experience counseling professional and amateur sports leagues and teams on diverse antitrust, governance, contract and other sports law matters.
Co-chair, Sports Law Committee, NYC Bar Association; Associate Director, Fordham Competition Law Institute
Co-author, monthly trade regulation column, New York Law Journal; Getting the Deal Through – Sports Law Chapter and Private Antitrust Litigation Chapter; Business and Commercial Litigation in Federal Courts - Sports Law Chapter
J.D., Fordham University School of Law, 1999 (Notes and Articles Editor, Fordham Law Review; Order of the Coif; cum laude); B.S., Chemical Engineering, Johns Hopkins University, 1995