Hausfeld (Washington)

Halli Spraggins

Hausfeld (Washington)

Halli focuses on complex litigation, antitrust enforcement, and class actions. She joins us from American University Washington College of law where she spent several semesters interning at the Department of Justice Antitrust Division and participated in the Criminal Justice Clinic prosecuting misdemeanor offenses in Anne Arundel County. Halli was particularly drawn to Hausfeld because of its reputation as a leading global law firm known for creating innovative solutions for complex litigation issues. Halli currently sits on the American Bar Association Antitrust Section’s Diversity Committee, and serves as the Young Lawyer’s Division Liaison for the Committee to Support the Antitrust Laws (“COSAL”). She is also the Young Lawyer’s Representative for the Global Private Litigation Committee.

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Christopher Lebsock, Halli Spraggins The US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, sitting en banc, declares that a class can be certified without considering whether there are more than a de minimis number of uninjured class members (Olean Wholesale Grocery / Bumble Bee Foods)


Rule 23(b)(3) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure has been the basic mechanism for antitrust classes to obtain monetary damages. This is because antitrust violations usually meet the requirement of issues predominantly common to all class members. For more than a decade now, however, courts (...)

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