Randy specializes in antitrust, class action, and complex business disputes.
Representative matters include:
Interior Molded Doors Litigation: The firm is Interim Co-Lead Counsel for a proposed Indirect Purchaser Plaintiffs Class of individuals and companies who purchased interior molded doors from Defendants JELD-WEN, Inc. and Masonite Corporation. Plaintiffs allege that as a result of Defendants’ alleged anticompetitive conduct, Plaintiffs and other potential Class members paid more for doors than they would have in a competitive environment; and
Generic Drug Price-Fixing Antitrust Litigation: The Firm is on the Plaintiffs’ Steering Committee representing U.S. consumers and insurers in a multi-district antitrust litigation accusing several generic drug manufacturers with conspiring to fix and raise prices for 18 generic medications. In the past few years, prices for these drugs have skyrocketed by more than 1,000 percent. Consumers blame the companies for engineering these price hikes, eliminating the benefits of competition, and forcing them to pay exorbitant prices. The Firm is also currently investigating many other generic drugs for potential class action claims.
Before joining the Firm, Randy served as counsel for Attorneys in Motion, working on various legal matters ranging from law and motion hearings, workers’ compensation, and status and settlement conferences to taking and defending depositions. He accumulated extensive document review experience as a contract attorney for Fronteo, a publicly traded global technology and services company, and assorted legal staffing agencies.
For many years, Randy was general counsel, vice-president & manager of legal affairs for CrossCheck, Inc. (Petaluma, California), a check approval and financial services corporation, and its subsidiary, Optio Solutions. Prior to that, Randy worked in civil practice for various Bay Area firms with regular appearances before numerous California courts.
While in Law School, Randy was a Graduate Legal Intern in the Correctional Law Section of the California Attorney General’s Office, where he conducted extensive research and drafted memoranda and appellate briefs on behalf of the People of California.
Prior to working in law, Randy was a sportswriter for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and other publications.