Jack Brodsky is an associate in the firm’s Boston office focusing on antitrust, distribution, and business litigation matters. Mr. Brodsky’s experience focuses on a range of federal antitrust and intellectual property issues, including monopolization, unfair competition, and trademark and copyright infringement. Mr. Brodsky’s transactional experience focuses on the design and implementation of global distribution agreements and strategies to limit online price erosion, global pricing arbitrage opportunities, and brand dilution. This includes consultation on Unilateral Pricing Policies, Minimum Advertised Price (MAP) policies, and selective distribution strategies.
Antitrust, Competition & Trade Regulation
Complex Commercial Litigation and Disputes
Consumer Financial Services
Financial Institutions and Services Litigation
J.D., Boston University School of Law, 2016, (American Journal of Law and Medicine)
B.A., University of Michigan, 2013, (with Distinction)
He is also admitted to the MA bar administration and the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Jack S. Brodsky