Brian Hauser is an associate in the Antitrust practice.
His practice focuses on a variety of antitrust matters, including merger review, litigation, and counseling.
Prior to joining the firm, Brian earned his LL.M. in competition law at New York University where he received the Frank T. Diersen Prize for graduating number one in his program. Before attending New York University, Brian worked as a prosecutor for the City of Chicago and as an extern for U.S. District Court Judge John W. Darrah.
- A health insurer in multidistrict litigation alleging antitrust violations under Sections 1 and 2 of the Sherman Act
- A water works company in Federal Trade Commission anticompetitive practices investigation
- A leading alcoholic beverages supply company in a state attorney general antitrust investigation
- A provider of defense services in an action by a competitor challenging an exclusive supply agreement as an unreasonable restraint of trade under Sections 1 and 2 of the Sherman Act
- Provided merger counseling for a proposed joint venture between two defense contractors
- A manufacturer on potential antitrust and state law concerns related to a large-scale reorganization of its distribution network
New York University School of Law
LL.M., Competition, Innovation, and Information Law
- Frank T. Diersen Prize - Top Performance in LL.M. program
DePaul University College of Law
J.D., (Order of the Coif)
Loyola University of Chicago
- Co-Author, “Reinvigorated Antitrust Enforcement: Lessons for Non-Party Witnesses from Recent Merger Litigation”, The Antitrust Source (October 2016)
- Co-Author, “How a Recent Supreme Court Ruling on Antitrust Laws Could Impact Providers: A Law Review Q&A”, The Daily Briefing, The Advisory Board Company (May 2015)