Morgan Lewis (Philadelphia)

Brian Morris

Morgan Lewis (Philadelphia)
Lawyer (Associate)

Brian has represented some of the world’s largest companies, their officers, and directors, predominantly in the Delaware Court of Chancery. Brian has participated in all phases of pre-trial practice including drafting pleadings, briefs and motions, managing discovery, taking and defending depositions, presenting arguments, and being a member of several trial teams. He also has experience advising directors, officers, and corporate counsel on matters of corporate and alternative entity governance. Prior to joining Morgan Lewis, Brian was a corporate litigation associate at a large firm in Delaware. While in law school, Brian was an associate editor of the Maryland Law Review, a member of the Moot Court Board, and a student-attorney in the Gender Violence Clinic. In college, Brian was a three-time captain of the NCAA Division 1 men’s basketball team and an Academic All-American Finalist.

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310 Bulletin

Zachary M. Johns, Daniel S. Savrin, Mark J. Fanelli, Brian Morris The US District Court for the District of Delaware enters a federal jury’s verdict sanctioning a company for committing antitrust violations under Sections 1 and 2 of the Sherman Act in the honeycomb carbon adsorbents scrubbers in fuel vapor canisters market (BASF / Ingevity)


A recent BASF jury verdict highlights the breadth of the Sherman and Clayton Acts—particularly the remedies available to plaintiffs involved in the manufacturing of goods—if supply agreements are found to hinder marketplace competition. The verdict serves as an important reminder for (...)


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