Hausfeld (San Francisco)

Michael P. Lehmann

Hausfeld (San Francisco)
Partner

Michael P. Lehmann, a partner at Hausfeld, has 32 years of experience as a business litigator. His practice ranges from class action and business litigation to extensive regulatory work before federal, state and international bodies, to domestic and international arbitration. Prior to joining Hausfeld LLP, Mr. Lehmann had worked since law school at what became Furth Lehmann LLP, where he eventually served as Managing Partner. He also was a partner at Cohen Milstein Hausfeld & Toll PLLC. In recent years he has served as lead counsel for direct and indirect purchaser classes in numerous antitrust cases.

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Articles

261 Bulletin

Michael D. Hausfeld, Sathya S. Gosselin, Swathi Bojedla, Bruce J. Wecker, Hilary K. Scherrer, Michael P. Lehmann The US Supreme Court rules that an association’s restrictions on compensation for college athletes in conjunction with educational expenses amount to an illegal price-fixing agreement in violation of antitrust laws (NCAA / Alston)

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In a unanimous decision, the Supreme Court today ruled (in Alston v. NCAA) that the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s restrictions on compensation to college athletes in conjunction with educational expenses amount to an illegal price-fixing agreement in violation of the antitrust (...)

2155 Review

Agathe Richard, Aidan Synnott, Albert A. Foer, Alden F. Abbott, Alvaro Ramos, Ben Labow, Bonny Sweeney, Bradley T. Tennis, Christopher Meyers, Donald C. Klawiter, James J. Tierney, James Langenfeld, Janet McDavid, John DeQ. Briggs, John Kwoka, Joseph Farrell, Logan M. Breed, Mark D. Whitener, Michael A. Carrier, Michael D. Hausfeld, Michael L. Weiner, Michael P. Lehmann, Richard S. Taffet, Scott Andrew Sher, Sharis A. Pozen, William H. Rooney What is Trump Antitrust?

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Change is in the air and it is coming to antitrust and competition policy in the United States. The unexpected election of President-elect Donald J. Trump opened wide the speculation or mystery about what he and his advisors are planning concerning his administration’s antitrust policy. During (...)

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