Brian Boyle rejoins DLA Piper’s Litigation practice in Philadelphia
DLA Piper announced today that Brian Boyle has rejoined the firm’s Litigation practice as a partner in Philadelphia.
Boyle litigates high-stakes, complex civil matters, with a focus on antitrust and consumer protection. He defends clients in investigations by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), Department of Justice (DOJ) and state attorneys general. He also frequently advises clients on antitrust transactional and compliance issues, as well as FTC and state consumer protection compliance.
Boyle has deep experience in federal and state courts across the country as lead and coordinating counsel. His experience before the FTC, DOJ and state enforcers includes both merger and non-merger antitrust investigations, as well as consumer protection investigations. Beyond his disputes practice, Boyle has advised public and private clients concerning corporate transactions, including due diligence, HSR merger control and integration-related matters.
“Brian’s addition enhances the breadth and depth of our global litigation capabilities as well as our ability to serve clients operating in the Philadelphia market,” said James Brogan, global co-chair of DLA Piper’s Litigation practice. “Clients turn to Brian for strategic antitrust and consumer protection advice, and his skillset enables him to provide value across a broad array of sectors. We are very pleased to have him rejoin the office and look forward to his many contributions.”
Boyle joins from McDermott Will & Emery, where he was a partner in the firm’s antitrust practice, and was previously an associate at DLA Piper. He received his JD from Villanova University School of Law, his MBA from Villanova University and his BA from Loyola University Maryland.