August 1, 2021

Volume XI, Number 213

Brian J. Boyle

Brian J. Boyle* is an accomplished litigator and business lawyer who focuses his practice on antitrust and consumer protection law. He represents clients in complex litigation and investigations, merger control, compliance and government strategies.

Brian has represented clients in courts across the country, including through trial and appeal. His experience includes consumer class actions, competitor lawsuits, qui tam litigation and other complex and cross-border disputes. Brian has represented clients in numerous antitrust or consumer protection investigations, including by the US Department of Justice (DOJ) Antitrust Division, Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and state attorneys general. He also has significant experience before legislative bodies, including representing executives providing committee testimony, and acting as outside counsel to a senior elected official.

Beyond his disputes practice, Brian partners with clients to solve complex antitrust and consumer protection challenges in transactions and compliance. He has advised public and private clients on billions of dollars in corporate transactions, including due diligence, merger control and integration-related matters. Clients also regularly turn to Brian to solve complex compliance issues, including challenges related to pricing and distribution strategies, competitor collaboration, data collection and sharing, advertising and marketing, as well as social media and online reviews.

Brian is a frequent speaker on developments in antitrust and consumer protection law, and has written widely on the subjects for outlets including Bloomberg and Law360. He serves on the ABA Antitrust Section Corporate Counseling Committee, and served as an editor of the forthcoming edition of the ABA’s Antitrust Law Developments treatise.

*Licensed in New Jersey and Pennsylvania only and not yet admitted to practice in DC. Supervised by principals of the Firm who are admitted to the DC bar.

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Articles in the National Law Review database by Brian J. Boyle