Attorneys

Daniel Berger

Managing Shareholder

Daniel Berger graduated with honors from Princeton University and Columbia Law School, where he was a Harlan Fiske Stone academic scholar. He is a senior member and Managing Shareholder. Over the last two decades, he has been involved in complicated commercial litigation including class action securities, antitrust, consumer protection and bankruptcy cases.

Harold Berger

Of Counsel

Harold Berger is a Shareholder, Emeritus. Judge Berger participated in many complex litigation matters, including the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Litigation, No. A89-095, in which he served on the case management committee and as Co-Chair of the national discovery team.

Christina M. Black

Associate

Christina M. Black is an Associate in the Philadelphia office. Prior joining Berger Montague, Ms. Black clerked for the Honorable Anne E. Thompson on the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey. She also completed a one-year legal fellowship at the National Center for Lesbian Rights, where she supported nationwide impact litigation for LGBT rights.

Zachary D. Caplan

Associate

Zachary D. Caplan is an Associate in the Antitrust and Commodities practice groups. Mr. Caplan has worked on a variety of matters resulting in substantial settlements. E.g., Marchbanks Truck Service, Inc. v. Comdata Network, Inc.; In re Titanium Dioxide Antitrust Litigation; In re High Tech Employee Antitrust Litigation; Adriana Castro, M.D., P.A., et al. v. Sanofi Pasteur Inc.; and In re Celebrex Antitrust Litigation.

Aurelia Chaudhury

Associate

Aurelia Chaudhury is an Associate in the Antitrust Department. Prior to starting work at the Firm, Ms. Chaudhury clerked for the Honorable Judge David J. Barron on the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit and the Honorable Judge Denise J. Casper on the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts.

Caitlin G. Coslett

Shareholder

Caitlin Coslett concentrates her practice on complex litigation, including antitrust, environmental, and mass tort litigation. Since joining the Firm, she has worked on a variety of matters, including Cook v. Rockwell International Corp. (mass tort), and antitrust class actions such as CRT Antitrust Litigation, In re Domestic Drywall Antitrust Litigation, In re Payment Card Interchange Fee and Merchant Discount Antitrust Litigation, Steel Antitrust Litigation, and In re Urethane [Polyether Polyols] Antitrust Litigation.

Eric L. Cramer

Chairman

Mr. Cramer is Firm Chairman and Co-Chair of the Firm’s antitrust department. He has a national practice in the field of complex litigation, primarily in the area of antitrust class actions. He is currently co-lead counsel in multiple significant antitrust class actions across the country in a variety of industries and is responsible for winning numerous significant settlements for his clients totaling well over $2 billion.

Andrew C. Curley

Shareholder

Andrew C. Curley is a Shareholder in the Antitrust practice group. He concentrates his practice in the area of complex antitrust litigation. Mr. Curley served as Co-Lead Class Counsel on behalf of a class of independent truck stops and other retail merchants in Marchbanks Truck Service, Inc. v. Comdata Network, Inc.

Merrill G. Davidoff

Chair Emeritus & Managing Shareholder

Merrill G. Davidoff is Chairman Emeritus and a Managing Shareholder, in addition to his continuing work as Co-Chairman of the Antitrust Department with Mr. Montague and Chairman of the Environmental Group. Mr. Davidoff has litigated and tried a wide range of antitrust, commodities, securities and environmental class actions.

Michael C. Dell'Angelo

Managing Shareholder

Michael Dell’Angelo is a Managing Shareholder in the Antitrust, Commercial Litigation, Commodities & Financial Instruments, and Securities & Investor Protection practice groups. He serves as co-lead counsel in a variety of complex antitrust cases, including Le, et al. v. Zuffa, LLC, No. 15-1045 (D. Nev.) (alleging the Ultimate Fighting Championship (“UFC”) obtained illegal monopoly power of the market for Mixed Martial Arts promotions and suppressed the compensation of MMA fighters).

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