Rishi Raithatha joined Radice Law Firm in 2016. Prior to joining, Mr. Raithatha was an associate at a small firm specializing in the needs of technology entrepreneurs. He has also managed complex electronic discovery projects. Representative cases Mr. Raithatha has worked on including the following:
- Cung Le et al. v. Zuffa (D. Nev.) – monopsony case alleging unlawfully depressed compensation for MMA fighters caused by UFC’s monopolization of the market
- In Re: Domestic Antitrust Litigation (D.C. Cir.) – (alleging major airlines and co-conspirators conspired to raise domestic airfare prices through agreements to limit capacity)
- In re Solodyn Antitrust Litig., No. 14-10438 (D. Mass.) (alleging that Medicis engaged in an anticompetitive scheme to delay generic competition)
Mr. Raithatha graduated with his J.D. from the New York University School of Law (2013), where he completed substantial public interest and human rights work in New Orleans, Cape Town, and through NYU’s Global Justice Clinic. Mr. Raithatha graduated with honors from The George Washington University (2009) with degrees in Art History and American Studies. Before law school, Rishi worked at several international nonprofits, as well as art museums and auction houses. He remains committed to social justice and pro bono work.
Mr. Raithatha is admitted to practice in New York.