Brandon Boxbaum is an antitrust associate in the firm’s Washington, DC office. He graduated from The George Washington University School of Law, where he was an associate for The George Washington Law Review and selected as a student attorney for the Small Business and Community Economic Development Clinic. Brandon was a Janet Steiger Fellow at the Antitrust Bureau of the New York Attorney General, where he assisted in antitrust litigation and investigations. He has also worked as an analyst for ACG Analytics and served as an intern to Shabana Mahmood, MP, in London. Brandon graduated from Northeastern University in 2012 with a degree in Political Science.
*****Not yet admitted to the Washington, DC Bar.
- In February of 2018, Axinn was nominated for Global Competition Review “Litigation of the Year – Cartel Defence” for its work on behalf of Nishikawa Rubber Company in the Auto Parts litigation. This award recognizes “creative, strategic and innovative litigation on behalf of a defendant in a private action for cartel damages.”
- Compliance Programs and Leniency Applications in Asian Jurisdictions, Cartel & Criminal Practice Committee Newsletter, Fall 2017
- Multistate Indirect Purchaser Class Actions: Using Consumer Protection Statutes to Hurdle the Illinois Brick Wall, Competition Torts News, March 15, 2016
Brandon Boxbaum, Public Muscle and Private Profit: A Flawed Scheme for Stemming Foreclosures Through the Power of Eminent Domain, 83 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. 209 (2014).
- JD with Honors – The George Washington University School of Law (2015)
- BA, summa cum laude – Northeastern University (2012)
- New York
- US District Court Eastern District of Michigan