Jonathan W. Cuneo inducted into the Private Antitrust Enforcement Hall of Fame

Jonathan W. Cuneo inducted into the Private Antitrust Enforcement Hall of Fame The American Antitrust Institute (AAI) has chosen Jonathan W. Cuneo as the 2022 inductee to the Private Antitrust Enforcement Hall of Fame. He will be honored at AAI’s Awards Night on November 9, 2022 in Washington, DC. AAI President Diana Moss noted, “Jon [...]

2022-09-27T17:21:37+00:00September 27th, 2022|News|

Generic Drugs Price-Fixing

Generic Drugs Price-Fixing CGL continues to represent independent pharmacies and hospitals against manufacturers of generic drugs that engaged in a price-fixing conspiracy. In July 2022, CGL filed an amended complaint with additional evidence that major drug wholesalers participated in the scheme to divide the market for dozens of generic drugs in order to keep prices [...]

2022-08-06T14:10:48+00:00August 6th, 2022|News|


FTC Watch reports that Amanda Lewis has joined CGL "Amanda Lewis joined Cuneo Gilbert & LaDuca after serving at the Federal Trade Commission as a competition attorney and detailee to the House Judiciary Committee." Amanda Lewis People FTCWatch 7.12.22

2022-08-06T14:12:04+00:00August 5th, 2022|News|

9th Circuit affirms certification of Commercial Food Preparer Class led By CGL

Ninth Circuit Affirms Certification of Commercial Food Preparer Class Led By CGL Sitting en banc, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed district court certification of a class of Commercial Food Preparers, including restaurants, that purchased packaged tuna products in Olean Wholesale Grocery v. Bumble Bee Foods, — F.4th —, 2022 WL 1053459 (9th Cir. [...]

2022-04-15T17:58:47+00:00April 14th, 2022|News|

Senate Passes Open App Markets Act (OAMA)

Senate Passes Open App Markets Act (OAMA) On February 3rd 2022, the Senate Judiciary Committee approved the Open App Markets Act (OAMA) by a strong bipartisan vote of 20-2.  OAMA would prevent Apple and Google from using their market power to require app developers to use a specific in-app payment system or from unfairly promoting [...]

2022-08-10T19:27:57+00:00April 13th, 2022|Legislative Advocacy, News|

House Passes the Forced Arbitration Injustice Repeal Act (FAIR Act)

House Passes the Forced Arbitration Injustice Repeal Act (FAIR Act) On March 17th, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the Forced Arbitration Injustice Repeal Act (FAIR Act) by a vote of 222-209.  The FAIR Act would prohibit the enforcement of forced arbitration clauses in consumer, employment and civil rights disputes and in antitrust class actions.  [...]

2022-04-14T14:31:22+00:00April 13th, 2022|Legislative Advocacy, News|

D.C. Circuit Appeal Win

CGL wins D.C. Circuit appeal, denying immunity to Pan American Health Organization for human trafficking of Cuban doctors. The 3-0 decision marks the first time a federal appellate court has ever held that an international organization’s immunity in U.S. Courts cannot not cover commercial acts related to forced labor. The panel upheld CGL’s position that [...]

Forced Labor of Cuban Doctors

Forced Labor of Cuban Doctors – Trafficking Victims Protection Act CGL continues to represent Cuban doctors who were forced to "volunteer" for missions abroad where their movements and communications were monitored and restricted and their wages were confiscated, in violation of the Trafficking Victims Protection Act. In March 2022, CGL won an appeal in the [...]

2022-08-06T14:14:20+00:00March 26th, 2022|News|

CGL filed a lawsuit against Bank of America, N.A. in DC Superior Court on behalf of Andrea S. Paterson, alleging the Bank made repeated errors that resulted in missing and terminated Social Security benefits owed to Ms. Paterson’s minor son.  The lawsuit alleges that the Bank first refused to process one Social Security payment, then [...]

2020-12-23T17:22:11+00:00December 23rd, 2020|News|

CGL partner Victoria Sims co-authored the cover article in the inaugural issue of a major new legal publication, the Class Action Monthly, with highly respected Philadelphia attorney and  COSAL President Robert Kitchenoff. The article, titled “Running Up Against the Illinois Brick Wall,” discusses the pressing need for states without statutes permitting indirect purchaser recoveries under [...]

2020-04-21T15:44:17+00:00April 21st, 2020|News|