Gary S. Cooper

Gary Cooper is a senior attorney in the firm's Litigation Department. He specializes in general civil litigation with a focus on antitrust, intellectual property, consumer protection, trade regulation and regulatory matters in the federal courts and before federal and state administrative agencies. Mr. Cooper joined Goodwin Procter in February 2000 after having spent many years as a senior trial lawyer for the federal government in Boston.

Mr. Cooper has extensive litigation and counseling experience on behalf of a wide range of corporate and individual clients in antitrust, intellectual property, trade regulation, consumer protection and securities regulations matters, and before federal agencies such as the Federal Trade Commission and the Securities and Exchange Commission and self-regulatory organizations such as the NASD and the NYSE. He has represented corporate clients and prepared regulatory filings under the Hart-Scott-Rodino Act in many mergers and acquisitions. Mr. Cooper also recently appeared as trial counsel on behalf of Waste Management in its successful defense of antitrust claims.

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Areas of Practice 1) Antitrust & Competition, 2) Business Litigation, 3) Patent Litigation and 4) Securities Litigation & SEC Enforcement
Law School Suffolk University Law School (J.D., 1976)
Admitted Year 1987
Education Suffolk University (B.S., 1974)
Bar Member / Association Massachusetts
Most recent firm Goodwin Procter LLP
Alan Singer
Alan Singer

Alan Singer is a partner in Morgan Lewis's Securities Practice. Mr. Singer advises companies with regard to a diverse range of corporate and securities matters.

Andrew Hamilton
Andrew Hamilton

Andrew Hamilton is a partner in Morgan Lewis's Business and Finance Practice. Mr. Hamilton practices in the areas of mergers and acquisitions, private equity and venture capital, securities law, and general corporate counseling.

Barbara J. Shander
Barbara J. Shander

Ms. Shander advises public and private company clients as well as private equity funds, with an emphasis on mergers and acquisitions, dispositions, and financing transactions.