Graham J. Hyman focuses his practice on antitrust and competition matters.
Graham’s prior experience includes drafting Series A issuance documents, bridge loans, employee stock option agreements, operating agreements for subsidiaries, antitrust control questions for M&A deals and letters of intent for joint ventures and mergers. He also advised on antitrust implications of potential business combinations based on market share. Additionally, Graham previously was a summer associate on the legal team leading the Flint, Michigan lead poisoning class action and the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) class action.
During Graham’s clerkship at the US House of Representatives Committee on Oversight & Government reform, he attended briefings and meetings with executive branch and private sector officials to prepare staff for congressional hearings. Graham was also involved in drafting a comprehensive investigation plan for the January 2019 session on issues including economic deregulation, oversight of the Flint, Michigan water crisis and national security and FISA procedures.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Graham J. Hyman