The Co-Chair of the Firm’s Antitrust and Competition Practice, Benjamin G. Bradshaw focuses on antitrust and competition law litigation, investigations, and regulatory counseling. In addition to his antitrust and competition law practice, Ben has developed extensive expertise in the financial services area, representing financial services institutions in a range of class action litigation involving retirement plan services matters. Ben also regularly advises aviation clients on a wide variety of aviation regulatory and compliance issues and has significant litigation experience in the healthcare industry.
Ben has been recognized by Legal 500 United States for his antitrust litigation practice. He has a wealth of experience in complex antitrust counseling, investigations, and litigation, as well as agency investigations and merger reviews. Ben regularly represents multinational clients in connection with international cartel investigations and class action litigation. He has defended major companies in a wide range of private antitrust actions involving claims of price-fixing, monopolization, and unfair and deceptive trade practices. He has also represented clients in multiple criminal proceedings and investigations before the Department of Justice.
Ben frequently represents financial institutions in connection with ERISA-related class action litigation involving 401(k) plan fees and alleged breaches of fiduciary duty. In addition, he has extensive transportation and aviation regulatory experience. Ben regularly advises clients on compliance, advertising, airport privatization, foreign investments, international route rights, and aviation-related transactions.
Ben works diligently to guide his clients through extremely complex and sensitive litigation. He utilizes his broad experience and robust skills to devise effective strategies to resolve client matters efficiently while mitigating litigation’s impact on business operations and reputations. Ben is also an experienced trial lawyer, having tried several cases to verdict since 2009.
Ben is a frequent author and speaker addressing a variety of subjects, including antitrust damages, foreign sovereignty, and U.S. antitrust enforcement.