Brian D. Clark is a partner in the firm, and focuses on plaintiffs-side antitrust class actions, practicing extensively in federal and state courts nationwide. Mr. Clark has led the charge in many recent antitrust cases in the agricultural area, including price-fixing cases involving chicken, pork, beef, turkey, and peanuts. To date, in these cases alone Mr. Clark has helped recover nearly $300 million.
Mr. Clark also leads the firm’s e-discovery practice group in which he advises clients of all sizes on e-discovery matters. He frequently presents at CLEs regarding e-discovery, is a Member of the Sedona Conference Working Group 1, and teaches an e-discovery seminar at the University of Minnesota Law School. Mr. Clark also co-founded and is President of the Board of Directors for the Complex Litigation E-Discovery Forum, which is a forum for plaintiffs-side complex litigation attorneys to discuss best practices for e-discovery.
Mr. Clark is a 2009 magna cum laude graduate of the University of Minnesota Law School where he was elected Co-Editor-in-Chief of the Minnesota Journal of International Law and was a member of the Order of the Coif. While in law school, Mr. Clark served as a Student Attorney for the Consumer Protection Clinic and interned with the Honorable Judge Patrick J. Schlitz of the United States District Court for the District of Minnesota. Before law school, Mr. Clark was an AmeriCorps volunteer in Alaska and a canoe guide in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness of Northern Minnesota.