SAN DIEGO – October 23, 2019 –MoginRubin has been named by the Daily Journal as a “2019 Top Boutique Law Firm” in California for Antitrust and Competition Law. The Daily Journal selects only 20 firms each year for its “Top Boutique” accolade. In its annual report, the leading legal publication noted several of the firm’s marquee matters, including the Automated Teller Machine Surcharge Litigation, 11-cv-01803 and Containerboard Products Antitrust Litigation, 10-cv-05711.
MoginRubin was founded in 2017 by Dan Mogin and Jon Rubin to create a national law boutique focused on high-stakes competition litigation and advocacy, including specialized antitrust class actions. Since that time, the demand for MoginRubin’s expertise has increased substantially, as many industries have experienced conflicts between their businesses and anticompetitive environments. The firm has represented clients in hundreds of antitrust and class action cases in federal and state courts across the United States in matters of antitrust, unfair competition, and complex business and investment cases. MoginRubin attorneys also work in a consultative role with other firms involved in antitrust matters, serving as “lawyers’ lawyers.”
The nationally acclaimed firm, with offices in San Diego, California and Washington, D.C., has been recognized for offering clients a status and perspective that is different from that of traditional litigation firms. “We think of ourselves as change agents,” said Mogin. “We believe passionately that antitrust law keeps things competitive.”
To review the special report and the Daily Journal’s profile of MoginRubin, please click here.