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Justin joined Wexler Wallace in 2010 to focus on complex class action litigation in antitrust matters. Since joining the firm, he’s been involved in several pharmaceutical antitrust cases.
Justin served on the trial team in In re Nexium (Esomeprazole) Antitrust Litigation. A complex case, it paved Justin’s future path and served as the first reverse payment antitrust trial to go to trial after the Supreme Court’s Actavis decision. Justin has also worked on antitrust cases involving price-fixing in international commodities markets and manipulation of benchmark interest rates, and has taken the lead on investigations into the cartelization of the credit derivatives market and price-fixing among online travel sites and hotels.
Justin came to the firm after attending school abroad and obtaining a Master’s Degree in International Relations. During law school, Justin’s focus on corporate law, finance, and complex litigation earned him numerous top-of-the-class academic honors. He served as a member of the New Media Team for President Barack Obama’s 2008 campaign.