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Keith Essenmacher is partner to the Firm, and practices out of our Michigan office. Mr. Essenmacher focuses on antitrust and consumer litigation and has been involved in the fields of complex litigation and class actions for seven years. Mr. Essenmacher has prosecuted a variety of federal and state court price-fixing, monopoly and unfair business practice actions against multinational companies and Fortune 500 corporations.
Keith is a graduate of Michigan State University, 1996; a graduate of Michigan State University Law, J.D. 2000; admitted to practice in the State of Michigan in 2000, and before the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan in February 2001.
Keith served as a council member for Michigan State Bar Association Antitrust, Franchising and Trademark division from 2010-2012.
Keith was a principal attorney for the Firm in In re: Cathode Ray Tube (CRT) Antitrust Litigation, 07-cv-5944 and In re: Processed Egg Products Antitrust Litigation, 08-md-02002. Keith has represented businesses and consumers of thin-film transistor liquid crystal display (TFT-LCD) products who were harmed by an alleged price-fixing conspiracy among TFT-LCD manufacturers. This action has been settled for $1.1 Billion. Keith represented a class of purchasers in a price fixing scheme involving Potash containing products Gillespie v. Agrium Inc. This antitrust class action resulted in a $20 million dollar settlement recovery for the class.