Hausfeld (San Francisco)

Bruce J. Wecker

Hausfeld (San Francisco)
Lawyer (of Counsel)

Bruce Wecker is a Counsel at Hausfeld. He has participated in high stakes antitrust and patent and trade secret litigation including seminal cases over several decades. Prior to joining Hausfeld, Bruce was a partner at Hosie Rice LLP, The Furth Firm and Furth, Fahrner & Mason where he worked on antitrust, intellectual property and a variety of class action cases. He has represented a variety of companies in patent and trade secret litigation against an array of companies in the computer hardware and software businesses. In patent cases, he has represented both the patentee and accused infringer. In the seventies, Bruce represented Kellogg Company in defending Federal Trade Commission charges of a “Shared Monopoly.” In the eighties, he represented the forerunner of Sprint, in antitrust actions against AT&T that paralleled the government action leading to the divestiture of the Bell System. In the nineties, he represented Billy Sullivan in his suit against the National Football League, to establish that its restriction on public ownership of teams violated the antitrust laws.

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Articles

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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 (...)

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