Shaoul Sussman is a clerk in the Litigation Group at Pearl Cohen’s New York office. His practice focuses primarily on intellectual property litigation, commercial litigation, IP licensing, antitrust, and due diligence work.
Shaoul received his J.D. from Fordham University School of Law and his B.A. in Political Philosophy from Bard College Berlin.
- How Amazon Rigs Its Shopping Algorithm, Promarket, November 2019
- How Amazon’s Pricing Policies Squeeze Sellers and Result in Higher Prices for Consumers, Promarket, August 2019
- Superpredators: How Amazon and other cash-burning giants may be illegally cornering the market, Washington Monthly Magazine, July/August 2019
- Prime Predator: Amazon and the Rationale of Below Average Variable Cost Pricing Strategies Among Negative-Cash Flow Firms, Oxford’s Journal of Antitrust Enforcement, July 2019
- How Amazon Controls Its Marketplace, The American Prospect, July 2019
- Joseph T.P. Sullivan Scholar, Fordham University School of Law
- Recipient of the 2019 David F. and Mary Louise Condon Prize