Our seasoned team of attorneys has extensive experience in the fields of antitrust law, and complex civil and class action litigation. The Joseph Saveri Law Firm attorneys are known for their integrity, professionalism, and high degree of skill in their respective fields. Founder Joseph Saveri is currently recognized as one of the country’s top lawyers and leaders in federal antitrust and class action litigation.
With over 25 years of combined experience, the Joseph Saveri Law Firm attorneys are equipped to handle cases involving a wide range of industries including: banking and financial services, insurance, energy, pharmaceuticals, agricultural products, computer hardware, computer software, travel and transportation, paper products, cosmetics, and consumer electronics.
The firm is currently leading the charge against anticompetitive and monopolistic business practices by serving as lead or counsel in a number of ground-breaking cases including: the high-profile High-Tech Cold Calling case against Apple, Google, Intel, Adobe, Pixar, Lucasfilm, and other tech companies who illegally agreed not to poach each other’s employees; a class action lawsuit on behalf of consumers and others against Bayer for exclusionary drug pricing agreements involving the generic version of the drug Cipro; a price-fixing class action lawsuit against DuPont de Nemours and Co., Huntsman International LLC, Kronos Worldwide, Inc., and others involving titanium dioide.
Our firm’s lawyers serve the Court and the bar through their participation in court committees and professional organizations. They also have served as lawyer representatives for the Northern District of California, the Law and Rules Committee of the Northern District of California, as well as members of ad hoc committees to draft and promulgate court rules regarding electronic discovery and summary jury trials.
Joseph Saveri Law Firm lawyers actively participate in bar association organizations and regularly provide continuing legal education to the bar, including at the American Antitrust Institute and Sedona Conference.