Cody McCracken joined Cuneo Gilbert & LaDuca following his graduation from William & Mary Law School in 2022. While at William & Mary, Mr McCracken founded the school’s Agricultural Law Society, assisted veterans in pursuing VA disability claims as a member of the William & Mary Lewis B. Puller Veteran’s Clinic, and published a student note in the William & Mary Business Law Review analyzing the effects of market concentration in agricultural sectors, a piece which won the Best Student Note Award.
Mr McCracken’s work focuses on plaintiff-side antitrust class action litigation, with a particular attention to cases dealing with food products and agricultural markets. As a product of a family of farmers and ranchers and a small agricultural community, Mr McCracken brings a deep personal connection to these cases.
Old MacDonald had a Trust: How Market Consolidation in the Agricultural Industry, Spurred on by a Lack of Antitrust Law Enforcement, is Destroying Small Agricultural Producers, 13 Wm. & Mary Bus. L. Rev. 575 (2022).
Good For Business, Bad For Animals: The Rise of Industrialized Agriculture and Its Impact on Agricultural Animal Welfare, 14 J.A.E.L. (forthcoming Fall 2022).
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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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