Zachary Sproull advises clients in connection with complex antitrust litigation and government investigations involving alleged monopolization, cartel conduct such as price fixing, market allocation and group boycotts. Zachary also defends clients in mergers & acquisitions challenged by federal, state and foreign competition authorities. Zachary has experience representing clients from a range of industries, including the financial services, consumer products, food and beverages and electronics sectors.
Zachary’s pro bono practice includes impacting litigation challenging unconstitutional solitary confinement policies in state prisons and representing clients petitioning for permanent resident status under the Violence Against Women Act. Additionally, Zachary previously served as a legal intern for the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Northeast Region.
During law school, Zachary served on the Fordham Urban Law Journal and was a constitutional law editor for the Fordham Moot Court Board.
- Defended international electronics-industry client in consumer class actions alleging multi-year price-fixing conspiracies involving multiple products*
- Defended financial-services industry client in class action involving alleged conspiracy to block entry of new service providers in markets for financial products*
- Defended healthcare provider in federal and administrative preliminary injunction proceedings brought by the Federal Trade Commission to block the client’s proposed merger on antitrust grounds*
- Achieved dismissal of false advertising claims against food-industry client accused of misleading product labeling*
*Matter handled prior to joining McDermott.
Fordham University School of Law, JD, 2017
Colgate University, BA, cum laude, 2011
US District Court for the Southern District of New York