John Radice founded the Radice Law Firm PC in 2012. Mr. Radice has associated with some of the largest and most-respected plaintiffs’ firms in the country and has been a part of the litigation or trial teams in, inter alia, the following cases:
- In re Dental Supplies Antitrust Litigation, No. 1:16-cv-00696-BMC-GRB (E.D.N.Y.) (filed first case and appointed liaison in case alleging nationwide margin fixing conspiracy among dental suppliers; achieved $80 million settlement for the class of dentists);
- In re Flonase Direct Purchaser Antitrust Litigation ($150 million settlement on the eve of trial in case alleging sham citizen petitioning to delay generic entry);
- In re Skelaxin (metaxalone) Direct Purchaser Antitrust Litigation ($73 million settlement in case alleging delayed generic entry);
- In re Norvir Direct Purchaser Antitrust Litigation ($52 million settlement following three days of trial in case alleging anticompetitive bundling of Norvir and Kaletra);
- In re Puerto Rico Cabotage Antitrust Litigation ($52.25 million cash settlement plus price freeze option following alleged price fixing and market allocation);
- In re Tricor Direct Purchaser Antitrust Litigation ($250 million settlement after the start of trial in case alleging delayed entry of generic versions of Tricor);
- In re Neurontin Marketing & Sales Litigation (resulting in a RICO jury verdict statutorily trebled to over $142 million for the unlawful and fraudulent promotion of Neurontin);
- United States ex rel. Piacentile v. Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. ($515 million qui tam settlement related to unlawful promotion of Abilify);
- United States ex rel. Marchese v. Cell Therapeutics, Inc. ($10.5 million qui tam settlement stemming from unlawful marketing of Trisonex); and
- United States ex rel. Thams v. Cardiovascular Systems, Inc. ($8 million qui tam settlement stemming from kickbacks involving medical devices).
Mr. Radice, either alone or with co-authors, frequently publishes articles on current topics in antitrust and False Claims Act law, including:
- “Where do we go now? The Hatch-Waxman Act 25 Years Later: Successes, Failures, and Prescriptions for the Future,” 41 Rutgers L. J. 229 (Fall 2009 & Winter 2010);
- “The False Claims Act: A Public-Private Partnership” in Volume II, in AAJ 2009 ANNUAL CONVENTION: AAJ EDUCATION REFERENCE MATERIALS 1497 (Jennifer Adams ed., 2009); and
- “Daubert and Rule 702 in the Context of Antitrust Economic Experts: A Practitioner’s Guide,” Daubert 15 Years Later: How Have Economists Fared (ABA Spring Meeting 2009).
Mr. Radice clerked for Judge Edith Brown Clement in the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit in New Orleans following his graduation from New York University School of Law. Through the Arthur Garfield Hays Civil Liberties Program at NYU Law, where he was a Palmer Weber Fellow, Mr. Radice pursued internships at the NAACP Legal Defense & Education Fund, the ACLU, and a prominent civil rights law firm. At Princeton, where he graduated magna cum laude, Mr. Radice was a member of the lightweight crew team. Mr. Radice is an active member of his community and a board member of the local YMCA, and, most importantly, father to his two best boys.