Bona Law (Los Angeles)

Luke Hasskamp

Bona Law (Los Angeles)
Lawyer (Partner)

Luke Hasskamp is a former federal district court and appellate clerk with extensive experience with complex litigation and appellate matters, including antitrust and competition, as well as administrative proceedings and arbitration.Following law school, Luke gained extensive federal court experience clerking for three federal judges: Kermit E. Bye of the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals, Manuel L. Real of the Central District of California, and Robert G. James of the Western District of Louisiana. These clerkships involved significant civil and criminal casework, including business and financial litigation, constitutional challenges, government disputes, and other complex litigation.After completing his clerkship on the Eighth Circuit, Luke transitioned to private practice, working for Kanner & Whiteley in New Orleans, Louisiana, and Robins Kaplan LLP in Minneapolis, Minnesota before joining Bona Law as a partner.Luke has litigated numerous antitrust, class action, and civil RICO matters. He has experience in a broad range of practice areas, including healthcare, business and commercial disputes, unfair competition, trade secret misappropriation, Indian and Tribal law matters, government investigations, and federal administrative appeals. He also served as special counsel for the Louisiana’s Attorney General in healthcare litigation involving the State of Louisiana.Luke has also devoted significant effort to pro bono efforts, including numerous criminal appeals and immigration matters. He also serves as an editor for the American Bar Association’s Appellate Practice Journal.Luke is barred in both Minnesota and California.

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Articles

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Luke Hasskamp, Aaron R. Gott The US Supreme Court decides that states which don’t clearly articulated and affirmatively expressed a policy allowing hospitals authorities to make acquisitions wont be under the state-action immunity (FTC / Pheobe Putney)

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This article briefly explores the applicability of federal antitrust laws to actions taken by municipalities or other state subdivisions and, specifically, whether they have acted pursuant to a clearly articulated state policy to displace competition in the marketplace. Federal antitrust laws (...)

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