Brandon S. Floch
has a practice that focuses on antitrust law. He has represented a wide range of national companies across the food service, pharmaceutical, chemical, and pulp and paper industries. With experience at the trial level in federal antitrust cases – including complex, multi-party federal lawsuits – Brandon is well versed in price fixing, illegal competitor agreements and market division cases. Born and raised in Connecticut, Brandon received a Bachelor’s degree in Government from Dartmouth College, and earned his Juris Doctor from the University of Pennsylvania. In law school, he served as an editor of the Journal of Constitutional Law and as an executive board member of The Employment Advocacy Project, which provided legal representation to low-income Philadelphia residents who were unfairly denied unemployment compensation.
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