James Long to Teach Antitrust Law at the University of Minnesota Law School
January 4, 2023
James Long, an attorney in Maslon’s Litigation Group, will teach antitrust law as an adjunct at the University of Minnesota Law School beginning Jan. 17. He is excited to teach the class he took at his alma mater 40 years ago and values the opportunity to use his antitrust experience to provide a practical approach to teaching antitrust law. He is a past chair of the MSBA Antitrust Section and taught antitrust law at Mitchell Hamline School of Law in 2021.
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Jim has over 35 years' experience trying cases and counseling businesses in the areas of antitrust law, franchise law, and dealer/distribution law. He has successfully represented clients in multiple state and federal courts across the country; successfully tried cases to juries in antitrust, franchise, dealer termination, and breach of contract cases; responded to state AG, DOJ, and FTC investigations; worked on numerous arbitrations; and argued appeals in the Seventh and Eighth Circuit appellate courts in addition to several state appellate courts.
His antitrust work has included wide variety of large cases—ranging from price fixing class-actions and group boycotts to predatory pricing claims and Section 2 attempts to monopolize claims based upon predatory hiring. Jim has been recognized among The Best Lawyers in America® in antitrust litigation every year for the past decade.