Brad Love is an experienced trial lawyer and co-chair of the firm’s Antitrust and Competition Law practice. He represents clients in criminal investigations, merger reviews, high-stakes litigation, and civil enforcement actions and is a quick study identifying solutions in complex cases and internal investigations or designing effective compliance programs and policies.
Brad represents national and international businesses in intellectual property litigation, commercial litigation, criminal cases, and regulatory proceedings, and he advises clients in government investigations, agency proffers, Hart-Scott-Rodino (HSR) filings, and witness interviews. He has experience in civil and criminal jury trials, International Trade Commission hearings, Federal Trade Commission proceedings, mediation, and arbitration.
Brad has managed complex litigation, class actions, and appeals in various state and federal courts, including several high-profile nationwide multidistrict litigation (MDL) proceedings. He counsels corporations and individuals accused of price fixing, bid-rigging, customer allocation, or other crimes by the Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice. He also provides compliance training and advises clients developing antitrust, anti-bribery, and export control compliance programs.
Brad strives to serve as a strategic counselor who partners with clients to develop strategies that support and enhance their ability to compete throughout the investigation, litigation, or merger review process. He offers experience in a variety of technical disciplines, as well as in industrial organization and economics.
Professional and Community Involvement
Member, American Bar Association Antitrust Section
Member, State Bar of California Antitrust, Unfair Competition Law and Privacy Section
Member, National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
Vestry, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
Volunteer, Central Indiana Tennis Association