Rick Leveridge has been practicing law for over 35 years. His litigation practice has encompassed cases involving a wide range of subject matters, including cases related to the aviation, agribusiness, corrugated paper, chemical, computer, credit card, banking, energy, and construction industries. He has represented clients in federal and state courts throughout the country. Rick and his litigation teams have recovered more than $3.5 billion for clients.
Rick focuses his practice on serving corporate clients who suffered business injuries as a result of illegal price-fixing cartels in the United States and abroad. Notable cases where Rick took a lead position on behalf of his corporate clients include: In re Vitamins; In re Linerboard; In re Urethanes Antitrust Litigation; Federal Home Loan Mortgage v. Bank of America, et al. (LIBOR); and In re Citric Acid. Rick’s antitrust experience also includes a defense-side practice.
Rick Leveridge is at the forefront of the legal battle against the opioid epidemic. He is currently lead counsel in the State of Delaware’s pending litigation against opioid manufacturers, distributors, chain retailers and others seeking damages and other relief for their roles in the crisis. He also is co-counsel in the State of Ohio’s pending litigation against opioid distributors and serves as co-counsel for sovereign Indian tribes in related matters.
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