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Jack S. Brodsky

Roxul USA, Inc. v. Armstrong World Industries, Inc, Delaware, Federal District Court: Represented Roxul Inc., the North American division of the world’s largest stone wool manufacturer, in civil antitrust litigation involving unfair competition and monopolization claims. Case resulted in a Confidential Settlement.
Epson America, Inc. v. Curtis International Ltd, et al., California, Federal District Court: Representing Epson America, Inc. in civil antitrust litigation involving false advertising in the consumer projector market.
Wayne Mitchell v. US Bank Nat'l Assoc., Massachusetts, State Court of Appeals: Represented US Bank in mortgage lending dispute. Achieved favorable trial verdict, and successfully defended verdict in Massachusetts State Court of Appeals.
GN Netcom, Inc. v. Plantronics, Inc., Delaware, Federal District Court: Represented GN Netcom, Inc., a Danish-based global technology manufacturer, through trial in civil antitrust litigation involving unfair competition and monopolization claims under the Sherman Act and the Clayton Act. Obtained $5 million sanction and adverse inference for defendant’s spoliation of evidence pre-trial. Unfavorable jury verdict reversed by Third Circuit, now pending re-trial.
Security Data Supply, LLC, et al. v. Nortek Security and Control LLC, et al., Texas, Federal District Court: Representing defendant Nortek Security and Control, LLC in civil antitrust litigation alleging claims of price discrimination under the Robinson-Patman Act, tortious interference, corporate bribery, and unfair competition.
Representing Nutramax Laboratories, Inc. in international arbitration involving breach of contract claims.
Representing Chicago Bridge & Iron in internatonal arbitration involving breach of contract claims.
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