BLAINE FINLEY joined Cuneo Gilbert & LaDuca’s Washington, D.C. office in 2016. His practice focuses on antitrust, consumer protection, and securities law. Prior to joining CGL, Mr. Finley worked at a law firm in New York where he gained substantial experience in securities class action and shareholder litigation.
Mr. Finley is a graduate of Columbia Law School. While at Columbia, Mr. Finley served as an Articles Editor for the Columbia Business Law Review. In addition, Mr. Finley interned for the Honorable Harvey Brown of the Texas First Court of Appeals and the Honorable Jay C. Zainey of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana.
At CGL, Mr. Finley has been extremely active in the prosecution of In re: Packaged Seafood Products Antitrust Litigation, MDL 2670, in which he represents commercial food preparer indirect purchasers of tuna fish products in a class action lawsuit alleging a price-fixing conspiracy to artificially inflate prices for packaged tuna products sold in the United States. Mr. Finley is also prosecuting claims in In re: Pork Antitrust Litigation, Case No. 18-1776, in which CGL was recently appointed by the Court to represent commercial and institutional indirect purchasers of pork products in a class action lawsuit alleging a price-fixing conspiracy to artificially inflate prices for pork products sold in the United States.
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CGL is currently engaged in dozens of cases from product defect class actions to antitrust litigation to civil rights advocacy.
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