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Haglund Kelley maintains one of the most active antitrust practices in the region and has recovered millions of dollars and other benefits for our clients.

Our antitrust and class action lawyers have the resources, legal judgment and knowledge of antitrust law to investigate, negotiate and litigate complex antitrust and multi-defendant class actions. They are tenacious and skilled litigators; some even have experience arguing before the U.S. Supreme Court. Their creative litigation and settlement strategies have resulted in positive results in high-stakes antitrust cases involving unfair trade restraints, price fixing, monopolies and other antitrust challenges.

Clients rely on our antitrust and class action lawyers for their exceptional legal counsel, clear understanding of antitrust laws and steadfast commitment to representing their interests for the long term.

Antitrust Law Focus Areas

  • Monopolization
  • Antitrust Class Actions
  • Price Fixing

Representative Work

Filed a class action antitrust case against Pacific Seafood Group alleging monopolization of the Dungeness crab, shrimp, groundfish and whiting seafood markets on the West Coast. The suit seeks treble damages of up to $520 million.


Hired by Oregon Attorney General in 2010 to prosecute price-fixing class action on behalf of Oregon governments and consumers against foreign makers of flat screen panel products including televisions, computer monitors and computer notebooks. 


Secured two large antitrust settlements for the firm’s clients in Westwood v. Weyerhaeuser and Coast Mountain v. Weyerhaeuser, $34.5 million and $14 million respectively.


Related Articles & News

Pacific Seafood Group Class Action Update


Michael Haglund, Weyerhaeuser's aftermath: increased vulnerability of resource based input markets to monopsony education, The Antitrust Bulletin: Vol. 53, No. 2/Summer 2008,


Antitrust