August 1, 2023 – Pritzker Levine LLP is pleased to announce that veteran litigators Michael Schrag and George Sampson have joined the firm as Of Counsel.
For 28 years, Michael Schrag has represented consumers and small businesses in complex class actions and multi-plaintiff lawsuits against some of the country’s largest banks, insurers, credit card, and telecommunication companies. He has recovered hundreds of millions of dollars on behalf of his clients and his class action practice covers a broad range of legal areas including antitrust, breach of contract, fraud, consumer protection, and civil RICO cases. Michael has also represented individuals and large groups of plaintiffs in breach of fiduciary duty, product liability, personal injury and medical malpractice cases.
George Sampson has 39 years of experience prosecuting complex antitrust cases on behalf of consumers and small businesses. Prior to founding Sampson Dunlap LLP in 2015, George was for 20 years an antitrust partner at Seattle’s preeminent plaintiffs class action firm. There he served as co-lead counsel in In re Disposable Contact Lens Antitrust Litig. as well as co-lead counsel in In re Visa Check/MasterMoney Antitrust Litigation, which settled on the eve of trial for $3 billion (at the time the largest antitrust class settlement ever achieved).
Currently, George and Michael serve on the court-appointed Plaintiffs’ Executive Committee in In re Cattle and Beef Antitrust Litigation, where Plaintiffs allege that the four largest meat packing companies conspired to suppress the prices paid to cattle ranchers for fed cattle.
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