Michael Hausfeld

Michael Hausfeld, widely recognized for his leadership on competition matters and his groundbreaking cases in human rights law, is the Chairman of Hausfeld. Michael’s distinguished career has included some of the largest and most successful class actions in the fields of human rights, discrimination and antitrust law.

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Umbrella Liability: Has Its Time Come?

By Michael D. Hausfeld & Irving Scher (Hausfeld)1   Introduction This Article addresses the case law and commentary dealing with the question of whether antitrust claims brought by...

In Defense of Class Actions: A Response to Makan Delrahim’s Commentary on the UK Mastercard Case

By Michael D. Hausfeld, Irving Scher & Laurence T. Sorkin1   I. Introduction Few would argue with the proposition that, in the antitrust context, indirect purchaser class actions...

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