Stephen Teti is a senior associate at Block & Leviton LLP, focusing his practice on antitrust litigation. Steve’s antitrust matters include In re Thalomid & Revlimid Antitrust Litig., No. 14-cv-6997 (D.N.J.), a class action alleging that the defendant’s extensive anticompetitive conduct excluded generic alternatives for Thalomid and Revlimid, two drugs used to treat rare but deadly conditions, from entering the market, causing end payors to incur millions of dollars in overcharges. Steve also represents the City of Providence in an antitrust class action brought on behalf of Providence and a proposed class of end payors alleging that several defendants conspired to unlawfully exclude generic competition for Glumetza, a diabetes drug. See In re Glumetza Antitrust Litig., 19-cv-5822 (N.D. Cal.). Steve is also a member of the team representing direct purchasers in In re Broiler Chicken Antitrust Litig., No. 16-cv-8637 (N.D. Ill.), a class action alleging that broiler chicken producers engaged in a price ﬁxing conspiracy. Steve is also a member of the team representing direct purchasers in In re Pork Antitrust Litig., No. 18-cv-1776 (D. Minn.), a class action alleging that pork producers engaged in a price ﬁxing conspiracy.
Steve joined Block & Leviton after practicing securities, derivative, and consumer class litigation for six years at a nationally-recognized plaintiffs’ law ﬁrm in Connecticut. He previously clerked for the judges of the Connecticut Superior Court. During law school, Steve served as Publications Editor of the Quinnipiac Law Review, a judicial extern to the Honorable Stefan R. Underhill in the United States District Court for the District of Connecticut, an intern for the State of Connecticut Office of the Attorney General, and as a legislative extern to the Judiciary Committee of the Connecticut General Assembly.