Despite having only two dozen lawyers in the United States, Michael Hausfeld’s self-titled law firm punches above its weight. The plaintiffs boutique isn’t afraid to take on firms far larger than its size and deliver results, especially in antitrust litigation.

In 2013 alone, the firm’s antitrust victories included wins against Baker & McKenzie, Keker & Van Nest and Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton in cases involving Chinese pharmaceutical companies and video game maker Electronic Arts Inc. “I think we’ve pioneered interesting and far-reaching antitrust cases,” Hausfeld said.

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