Berger & Montague
Seven years ago, Berger & Montague launched an unusually complex antitrust case that was anything but a slam-dunk. This year, the investment paid off in a big way. The firm helped obtain a $7.25 billion preliminary settlement the largest monetary antitrust settlement on record as co-lead counsel on an antitrust class action against credit card giants Visa Inc. and MasterCard Inc. in July. It also triggered major reform of the transaction rules that govern the banks and merchants.
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