Brad Weber is the Co-Leader of Locke Lord LLP's Antitrust Practice Group, working in both the Dallas and Washington, D.C. offices. He also is the current Chair of the Antitrust & Business Litigation Section of the State Bar of Texas, a former Director on the Board of the State Bar of Texas, and a Past President of the Dallas Bar Association.
Brad has developed a full-service antitrust practice with an emphasis on litigation, government investigations, and antitrust compliance. His recent litigation cases have involved clients from a wide range of industries, including building products, energy, chemicals, financial services, medical devices, travel services, telecommunications, and agriculture. He also has extensive experience representing clients in class actions and multidistrict litigation.
Brad’s litigation skills have been recognized by virtually every prestigious legal-rating service. He was honored in 2015 by The National Law Journal as one of the twenty-five “Trailblazers” in the United States for M&A and Antitrust Law, and he is recognized as a “Band 2” rated lawyer for Antitrust Law in Texas by Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business, published by London-based Chambers and Partners. Brad also has been listed repeatedly in The Best Lawyers in America for Antitrust Law and in Super Lawyers magazine as a “Texas Super Lawyer” for Antitrust Litigation. In addition, for more than 16 years, he has had the highest possible Peer and Judicial rating, AV Preeminent, by Martindale-Hubbell for legal ability and ethical standards. Brad is “the antitrust guru,” according to one client interviewed by Chambers, who added: “if we have a complex antitrust issue we go to him.” Other antitrust clients interviewed by Chambers described Brad as a talented attorney who is “excellent from a technical perspective,” “very, very professional and thorough,” and “proactive, knowledgeable, and an excellent communicator,” with another client noting that “he put a lot of research into our case and did an impressive job.”