The Legal Team at Hausfeld LLP

The legal professionals at Hausfeld LLP are dedicated to providing world class service in the areas of antitrust/competition, human rights, product liability, civil rights, environmental law, and securities fraud. Our team of partners and associates bring the experience to deliver among the best in domestic and international legal services.

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Having secured a $148 million verdict after trebling in a U.S. antitrust trial against members of the vitamins cartel, Brian Ratner’s practice focuses not only on representing international businesses of all sizes and industries in complex litigation, but also on providing creative solutions to resolving his clients’ claims in the U.S. and abroad. Brian was recently named in the 2009 Legal Times “40 under 40” list recognizing rising legal stars in Washington which highlighted his efforts in reaching a landmark 2009 private global settlement agreement with Parker ITR on behalf of corporate victims of the marine hose cartel.
A savvy attorney will first and foremost attempt to achieve a reasoned and commercially sensible solution to the client’s problem while never forgetting that reason must be accompanied by determination to proceed from inception of the case through trial when circumstances dictate it.
Heading up Hausfeld's Consumer Practice Group, James handles groundbreaking litigation involving defective and falsely advertised products and services -- many of which have resulted in significant, nationwide settlements. James also litigates on behalf of direct purchasers impacted by price fixing in different agricultural sectors while handling the in-depth investigations himself before any government involvement.
Involved in both international and domestic litigation, Reena Gambhir has been at the forefront of global private civil enforcement of competition laws and creative mechanisms for collective redress around the world.
As an attorney at Hausfeld LLP, one of the nation’s premier class action claimants’ firms, I find myself surrounded by a mix of the most creative, energetic, and inspiring lawyers I could ever imagine. Each day we overcome new obstacles for our clients and class members in the pursuit of global justice, and I have been constantly challenged – and encouraged – to take on significant roles in large cases, sharpening my skills in antitrust, mass tort, and consumer litigation.
As a member of Hausfeld LLP’s antitrust and competition practice group, Sathya investigates—and prosecutes—domestic and international antitrust violations on behalf of individual clients and class members. Sathya is also active in the firm’s pro bono efforts, most recently representing a Nepali individual seeking asylum after suffering political persecution in his native country.