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John D. Radice

Radice Law Firm, P.C.

Long Beach Township, NJ, USA

John Radice founded the Radice Law Firm, P.C. to prosecute False Claims Act, antitrust, and other complex civil litigation on behalf of relators and plaintiffs. Prior to founding the firm, Mr. Radice was associated with major plaintiffs' class action firms in New York City and Philadelphia, where he primarily represented clients pursuing antitrust, False Claims Act, and international human rights cases.

Courts have recognized and praised Mr. Radice's efforts. In the recent In re Neurontin Marketing & Sales Litigation, on the penultimate day of the trial the court was prepared to not send one of plaintiffs' claims - worth potentially tens of millions of dollars - to the jury. Though not present at the trial, Mr. Radice was tasked with drafting the argument to convince the court otherwise. Based on that memorandum, the court changed its position and sent that claim to the jury, commenting: "[Y]ou've outpaced me overnight. I'm trying to keep up with you, but this is what I'm going to do: I am going to include [that claim]. . . . [I]t was a good memo on the marketing aspect of it."

Mr. Radice has been named by SuperLawyers as a "Rising Star" for the past 3 years, first in New York and now in New Jersey. According to SuperLawyers, "Lawyers are asked to nominate the best attorneys who are 40 or under, or who have been practicing for 10 years or less. . . . No more than 2.5 percent of the lawyers in the state are named to the [Rising Stars] list." Mr. Radice is admitted to the bars of New Jersey and New York, as well as various federal courts, and is a member of Taxpayers Against Fraud.

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. Prior to law school, Mr. Radice was a bond trader with JPMorgan in New York, where he traded US Government Agency bonds and related derivative instruments. At Princeton, where he graduated magna cum laude, Mr. Radice was a member of the lightweight crew team. Together with Dr. Lee Shearer, he founded and is president of Insicknessandinhealth.org, a non-profit dedicated to promoting health and well-being in underserved communities.

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