Craig has extensive expertise in antitrust litigation and has litigated the full range of antitrust claims. He has defended antitrust cases brought by the federal government, business competitors and consumers. Craig represents clients through the merger clearance process, and he provides antitrust counseling to corporations and trade associations across industries.
Craig represented hundreds of commercial fishermen and businesses in connection with the Deepwater Horizon disaster. Craig has broad experience representing plaintiffs and has achieved successful recoveries through trial and settlement for diverse clients in antitrust, commercial and environmental cases.
William Mitchell College of Law — Adjunct Professor in Administrative Law