Jack Brodsky is an associate in the firm’s Boston office focusing on antitrust, distribution, and complex business litigation matters.
Jack’s litigation experience includes high-stakes antitrust and competition cases involving monopolization and restraint of trade issues under the Sherman and Clayton Acts, pricing issues under the Robinson-Patman Act, intellectual property claims, and false advertising disputes. He also has commercial litigation and consumer finance litigation experience. Jack has experience in all phases of complex civil litigation, including drafting pleadings, dispositive motions, and appellate briefs in both state and federal court. Jack also has federal trial experience.
In addition, Jack advises product manufacturers on the design and implementation of distribution and resale price maintenance strategies, focusing on removing unauthorized Internet resellers and limiting online price erosion and gray market disruption. This includes developing customized distribution strategies, such as Unilateral Pricing Policies, Minimum Advertised Price (MAP) Policies, and selective distribution strategies.
Jack also maintains an active pro bono practice helping undocumented children obtain legal status in the United States.
Prior to joining the firm, Jack was a summer associate in the firm’s Boston office in 2015. During his time at Boston University School of Law, Jack was a judicial intern for the Honorable George A. O’Toole, Jr. of the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts. Prior to law school, Jack was a legal intern at Dow Jones Financial Information Services in the company’s London office.
- "Mitigating Antitrust Risks With DOJ-FTC Pandemic Guidance," Law360, 31 March 2020
- “Resale Price Maintenance Policies A Century After Colgate,” Law360, 30 May 2019
- “Manufacturers Need To Mitigate Risk Of Price Bias Claims,” Law360, 12 April 2019
- “Resale Price Maintenance in China: One Country, Two Systems,” LexisNexis, 19 June 2018
- “Disfavored Retailers Turn Up Volume On Robinson-Patman,” Law360, 20 February 2018
- Jack Brodsky, Note, The Health of eBay: The Impact of eBay on the Future of TRIPS-Like Pharmaceutical Compulsory Licenses in the United States, 41 AM. J.L. & MED. 656-79 (2015).