Fred is counsel at Nussbaum Law Group where he is principally responsible for antitrust, market manipulation, and commodity cases. He has been involved in the field of complex litigation and class actions since 2009. Fred’s practice experience includes drafting and arguing pre-trial motions, deposing witness (lay and expert), defending depositions, and briefing memoranda of law for appellate matters in various federal circuit courts.
Fred has served on the New York County Lawyers’ Association’s Federal Courts Committee and currently serves on New York City Bar Association’s Antitrust and Trade Regulation Committee. He has published articles for the National Association of Shareholders and Consumer Attorneys’ (“NASCAT”) weekly newsletter. In 2018, Fred was named one of Superlawyers’ Rising Star in the Antitrust field.
Fred is a graduate of Cornell University, with a Bachelor of Science. He also graduated from Syracuse University’s Maxwell School with a master’s in public administration in 2009. He graduated from Syracuse University’s College of Law with a J.D. in 2009. There he was an editor on the Journal of International Law and Commerce, served on the executive board of the Moot Court Honors Society, where he received a certificate for excellence in the service of Society and was an elected representative to the College of Law’s Judicial Board.