Brian Boyle litigates high-stakes, complex civil matters, with a focus on antitrust, trade practices, and consumer protection. He defends clients in investigations by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), Department of Justice (DOJ) and state attorneys general. Brian also frequently advises clients on antitrust transactional and compliance issues, as well as FTC and state consumer protection compliance.

He has deep experience in federal and state courts across the country as lead and coordinating counsel. Brian’s experience before the FTC, DOJ and state enforcers includes both merger and non-merger antitrust investigations, as well as consumer protection investigations. Brian also has significant experience before legislative bodies, including representing executives providing committee testimony. 

Beyond his disputes practice, Brian advises clients on the antitrust and consumer protection aspects of corporate transactions, including due diligence, HSR merger control and integration-related matters. Clients also regularly turn to Brian to solve complex compliance challenges related to antitrust and consumer protection law, including developing new compliance programs from the ground up.

Brian serves on the ABA Antitrust Section Corporate Counselling Committee, and served as an editor of the ABA's authoritative Antitrust Law Developments treatise. Prior to practicing law, Brian worked in corporate strategy and institutional asset management for a Fortune 500 financial services company.