Jeff Gray joined Block & Leviton LLP as an Associate in 2016. His practice focuses on complex securities, antitrust, and consumer class action litigation. Jeff is currently a member of the litigation team representing a putative class of Charter Communications shareholders, challenging an unfair share issuance to Charter’s controlling shareholders, Liberty Broadband and John Malone, in connection with Charter’s purchase of Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks. See Sciabacucchi v. Liberty Broadband Corporation, No. CV 11418-VCG, 2017 WL 2352152, at *3 (Del. Ch. May 31, 2017). Jeff is also a member of the litigation team representing shareholders in In re McKesson Corporation Derivative Litigation, 4:17-cv-01850-CW (N.D.Cal.). Jeff is a member of the litigation team in In re: Pilgrim’s Pride Corporation Derivative Litigation, Consol. C.A. No. 2018-0058-JTL (Del. Ch.), a derivative action challenging a conflicted transaction between Pilgrim’s Pride and its majority stockholder, JBS. Jeff is a member of the litigation team in Karth v. Keryx Biopharmaceuticals, Inc., et al. (D. Mass.), a federal securities class action involving misrepresentations about the risks of relying on a single contract manufacturer. Jeff is a member of the litigation team in the antitrust action In re Domestic Airline Travel Antitrust Litigation, MDL No. 2656 (D.C. Cir.) (alleging price fixing of domestic airline tickets). Jeff is also a member of the litigation team in In re Packaged Seafood Antitrust Litig., 15-md-02670 (S.D.Cal.) (alleging price fixing in the market for shelf-stable seafood products).
Jeff is a member of the litigation team representing the City of Providence in an antitrust class action against Celgene Corp. for unlawfully excluding generic competition for vital cancer treatment drugs. See In re Thalomid & Revlimid Antitrust Litig., 14-cv-6997 (D.N.J.). Jeff was also a member of the litigation team in In re Handy & Harman, Ltd., S’holders Litig., No. 2017-0882-TMR (Del. Ch.) (settled for $30 million). Jeff was part of a team of attorneys representing shareholders of Rentrak Corporation in In re Rentrak Corporation Shareholders Litigation, No. 15CV27429, which resulted in a $19 million settlement. Jeff was also a member of the Block & Leviton LLP litigation team representing members of the class in the matter Volkswagen “Clean Diesel” MDL (initial settlement valued at over $15 billion).
Earlier in his career, Jeff was a management consultant at a financial services firm in the Boston area and, prior to that, was a project manager in commercial lending at FleetBoston Financial. While in law school, he completed internships with MFS and with The Nature Conservancy and was a law clerk at CT Corporation System.