Brady Dugan focuses on criminal and civil antitrust, fraud and related matters. He represents both individuals and corporations in litigation, as well as government and internal investigations. Brady also provides advice on issues related to antitrust and fraud compliance.
Brady served for more than 15 years at the US Department of Justice (DOJ), where he appeared in federal courts throughout the country on behalf of the Antitrust Division. He worked in the Division’s National Criminal Enforcement Section, where he led investigations and prosecutions of a number of international cartel matters. While at the Division, he investigated and prosecuted a wide variety of white collar federal crimes in addition to antitrust including bribery, conspiracy, mail fraud, wire fraud and violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. Brady also has significant experience with the antitrust review of mergers and acquisitions in a variety of industries. Following the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, he served for more than three years in the DOJ’s Office of Intelligence Policy and Review where he regularly appeared before the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court.
Brady is a nongovernmental advisor to the International Competition Network (ICN) Cartel Working Group. The ICN is a network of antitrust enforcers from around the world – the Cartel Working Group addresses enforcement and policy issues facing ICN member countries. He has also participated in the antitrust workshop sponsored by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) – Korea’s Regional Center for Competition.
Brady has been recognized in The Best Lawyers in America for Antitrust Litigation each year since 2012. He is AV rated by Martindale Hubbell.
Following law school, Brady clerked for The Honorable Jackson L. Kiser of the US District Court for the Western District of Virginia.