Eric L. Cramer is the Chairman of Berger Montague, a complex litigation law firm headquartered in Philadelphia, with additional offices in Minneapolis, San Francisco, San Diego, and Washington, D.C.
Eric L. Cramer is the Chairman of Berger Montague, a complex litigation law firm headquartered in Philadelphia, with additional offices in Minneapolis, San Francisco, San Diego, and Washington, D.C. He co-chairs the Firm’s antitrust department, and currently leads multiple significant antitrust class actions around the United States—including representing mixed martial arts fighters against the UFC; broiler chicken growers against major chicken integrator companies; nurses and other healthcare workers against two hospitals in Pennsylvania; the City of Asheville and other governmental entities against HCA/Mission Hospital
in North Carolina; and web publishers against Google. He is responsible for winning numerous significant settlements for his clients totaling over $3 billion. Chambers & Partners has repeatedly selected him as a Band 1/Top Tier antitrust litigator, observing that he is “really a tremendous advocate in the courtroom, with a very good mind and presence.” The Legal 500 ranks Mr. Cramer as one of the top lawyers in the U.S. in civil litigation/class actions. Mr. Cramer is a summa cum laude graduate of Princeton University, and a cum laude graduate from Harvard Law School.
The Global Class Actions and Mass Torts Conference is a prestigious international event that focuses on the concept of collective redress, which refers to legal mechanisms that allow a large group of individuals who have suffered similar harm or injury to pursue their claims together as a single entity.