Hausfeld (San Francisco)

Gary I. Smith Jr.

Hausfeld (San Francisco)

Gary focuses his practice on antitrust litigation. In his young career, he has already secured over $882.5 million to benefit the victims of anticompetitive practices. Gary has litigated cases at every level, from state trial court all the way to the Supreme Court of the United States, through which he has gained a wide range of experience briefing and arguing dispositive motions, taking and defending fact and expert witness depositions, and serving on trial teams, inclusive of first- and second-chair jury trial experience. He has challenged monopolistic practices and cartel activity in a wide range of industries - from the agricultural sector to the transportation and aviation sectors to the financial markets - with a particular emphasis on healthcare, where Gary has litigated cases concerning biologics (vaccines), pharmaceuticals, and medical product distribution markets. Gary is also committed to serving the community through pro bono work. Most recently, he has been working with a team of Hausfeld lawyers to advise victims of clergy sexual abuse who have received settlement offers from the Philadelphia Archdiocese. While in law school, Gary worked as a research assistant for Visiting Associate Professor of Law Amandeep S. Grewal, received honors as a Willard H. Pedrick Scholar, and spent a semester externing with the Securities and Exchange Commission in Washington, D.C.

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Gary I. Smith Jr., Debashish Bakshi The US Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit upholds a District Court decision dismissing a case alleging exclusionary practices on the grounds that consumer welfare is unaffected and a demonstrable intention to exclude in some situations is legitimate (Sanofi-Aventis / Mylan)


On July 29, 2022, the Tenth Circuit affirmed the grant of summary judgment to defendants by the District of Kansas in an important, albeit at times misguided, monopolization opinion. The antitrust claim by Sanofi-Aventis U.S., LLC against Mylan, Inc. and Mylan Specialty, LP, arose from (...)

Gary I. Smith Jr. The US Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit reaffirms the continued viability of the intertwined standard for antitrust standing (Hanover 3201 Realty / Village Supermarkets)


On November 12, 2015, the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit in Hanover 3201 Realty, LLC v. Village Supermarkets, Inc. affirmed in part and vacated in part the lower court’s determination that the plaintiff lacked standing to pursue Sherman Act Section 2 claims in markets for (...)


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