Partner Patrick A. Bradford is featured in the January 2023 CLI Antitrust Chronicle discussing the Biden administration’s DOJ and FTC appointees signaling of “intent to brush the dust off of the Robinson-Patman Act and renew enforcement of unfair as opposed to inefficient practices.”, and the “potential Robinson-Patman Act enforcement action against certain e-commerce giants of today, such as Amazon and Walmart, …
Would Rules Have Cured FTX’s ‘Internal Controls Wasteland’?
Partner Denver Edwards is quoted in Law360 discussing the role regulations have played in FTX’s collapse. Edwards, a former U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission enforcement attorney, discusses how the collapse of FTX is an example of government inaction as “Regulators cling to outmoded frameworks while the digital asset market grows unchecked.”
Partner Denver Edwards Speaks At GICLI’s Eighth Annual Meeting
Partner Denver Edwards will speak at The Government Investigations & Civil Litigation Institute’s Eighth Annual Meeting, taking place in Miami Beach, Florida from November 7th – 9th, 2022. In A Dialogue with Heads of Litigation Managing Mass Litigation, Denver will discuss the topic of “Regulatory Oversight and Enforcement of Digital Assets.”
Partner Camille Joseph Varlack Speaks at BIHC’s Elevating Black Excellence Virtual Regional Summit
Bradford Edwards partner Camille Joseph Varlack spoke at BIHC’s Elevating Black Excellence Virtual Regional Summit held on May 12, 2022. Camille appeared on a panel entitled “Crisis Management: What To Do When Disaster Strikes”, which discussed the best practices to plan for and effectively manage a crisis in the current environment.
Bradford Edwards Partners Named to 2022 New York Metro Super Lawyers List
Bradford Edwards & Varlack LLP is pleased to announce that partners Patrick A. Bradford and Denver G. Edwards have been named to the New York Metro Super Lawyers List for 2022, marking their third consecutive year receiving this honor.
Patrick A. Bradford ‘89’s path has led from Big Law to launching a new, Black-owned firm
Bradford Edwards & Varlack LLP is proud to share NYU Law News’s spotlight of Partner and Alumni Patrick A. Bradford highlighting his career achievements and his contributions to the Black community, particularly the next generation of Black antitrust lawyers.
Patrick Bradford and Camille Joseph Varlack Speak at BIHC’s Elevating Black Excellence Virtual Regional Summit Series
Bradford Edwards partners Patrick A. Bradford and Camille Joseph Varlack spoke at BIHC’s Elevating Black Excellence Virtual Regional Summit held on October 21, 2021. Patrick appeared on an antitrust panel discussion, which explored practical guidance on trending antitrust and litigation topics in the U.S. and the EU. Camille’s panel, entitled “Employers’ Pandemic Dilemma – Looking Forward,” discussed a variety of topics related to employment law considerations in the pandemic era.
The NCAA Was Slaughtered 9-0 in the Supreme Court – Greater Economic Freedom for Black Student-Athletes Now Likely
Eurweb highlights Partner Patrick Bradford’s contribution to the Supreme Court’s decision in N.C.A.A. v Alston, noting that his larger contribution is to the African American community as a whole. This decision opens the door for college athletes to one day realize full economic rights and marks a fundamental shift away from the exploitation of young black labor.
A New Era Dawns In College Sports
Partner Patrick Bradford speaks to NPR on the lasting impact of the United States Supreme Court ruling that the NCAA cannot stop universities from giving student-athletes education-related benefits.
The Supreme Court’s Surprising Term
Bradford Edwards & Varlack LLP is mentioned in New Yorker magazine, which highlights several pivotal Supreme Court cases that arose against the backdrop of the 2020 pandemic and the recent presidential election. Among the noteworthy topics was the unanimous Supreme Court ruling in N.C.A.A. v. Alston, which struck down N.C.A.A. restrictions on education-related benefits for college athletes.
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