Brad Reynolds is a Senior Counsel in the firm’s Antitrust and Competition practice. He has tried a number of cases, obtaining major antitrust litigation against the Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission and also defending clients in class action and multidistrict cases. Claims he has handled include price-fixing, vertical restraints, exclusive dealerships, monopolization, trademark, trade press, trade secrets, false advertising, defamation, product disparagement, fraud, breach of contract, tortuous interference, unfair trade practices and environmental property contamination.
Mr. Reynolds is also an accomplished appellate lawyer. He has appeared in all 12 Circuit Courts of Appeals and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, arguing a variety of appeals, a number of which involved significant constitutional issues. In addition, he has argued 19 cases before the U.S. Supreme Court.
Mr. Reynolds has served as an arbitrator for the International Court of Arbitration. He has extensive experience counseling clients on criminal and civil matters under investigation by the U.S. Department of Justice. Throughout the 1980s, he served in the Department of Justice as an Assistant Attorney General and, from 1985-1988, he simultaneously held the position of Counselor to the Attorney General of the United States providing legal and policy advice on sensitive and confidential matters involving all aspects of Justice Department activities.