WASHINGTON (PRWEB) June 04, 2019
MoginRubin LLP, a nationally recognized law firm dedicated to competition law, is pleased to announce that it has been ranked as one of the leaders in Antitrust law by The Legal 500 US 2019. For the Antitrust: Civil litigation/class actions: Plaintiff category, MoginRubin is one of only 19 firms ranked of all U.S. antitrust firms, with an inaugural ranking in Tier 3.
Managing partner Dan Mogin was noted for his work in a class action he led against leading airlines on price-fixing claims. The head of the firm’s Washington, D.C. office, Jonathan Rubin, was also noted for his work representing the National ATM Council et al in an excessive interchange fees class action against Visa and Mastercard.
Asked about this recent accolade, Dan Mogin enthused: “When we launched MoginRubin two years ago, we always knew our cumulative decades of experience would give us an edge. In such a short period of time, we’ve already established ourselves as an efficient and effective option for our corporate clients, and have created services offerings that are of immediate value to them in their efforts to reach market. We are delighted to see that Legal 500 US has recognized our efforts in our core competency within such a short period of our history.”
Published annually, Legal 500 ranks law firms in regions across the world, based on thousands of in-depth interviews with lawyers and clients. The research provides an independent and objective platform with which to assess the reputations and experience of business lawyers around the world.
View MoginRubin’s Legal 500 US ranking for Antitrust: Civil litigation/class actions: Plaintiffs here.
About MoginRubin LLP:
With offices in Washington, D.C. and San Diego, MoginRubin LLP (http://www.moginrubin.com) concentrates on national, state, and international antitrust and competition litigation, with a significant portion of the practice devoted to antitrust class actions. The firm consults on company mergers and competition policy issues, and crafts comments to government bodies requiring competition analysis.
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