Trump,Alioto, Trump & Prescott


Mr. Alioto has been actively engaged in the field of antitrust law since 1973, with emphasis on class actions.

In addition, he has personally litigated many antitrust cases, tried two such cases to verdict, and has been involved in many large class actions involving the Federal antitrust laws.

Mr. Alioto continues to specialize in class actions and antitrust and was recently involved in the appellate proceedings upholding the indirect purchaser provisions of California's antitrust law, the Cartwright Act, in the
California Coconut Oil case.

Mr. Alioto also specializes in general business litigation, including trials and appeals.

University of Santa Clara, B.A., cum laude , awarded 1970.

University of San Francisco School of Law J.D.,
cum laude , awarded 1973.

Admitted to practice in California, and numerous Federal District and Circuit courts, and in the United States Supreme Court

  Mr. Alioto has been involved in the following complex class actions:

Arizona Dairy Products, Northern California Magazines, California Industrial Gas, California Coconut Oil, Western Asphalt, Gypsum Wallboard, California Armored Car, California Panel Roofing, California Shopping Carts, California Copper Tubing, California Savings & Loans, Corn Derivatives, California Waste Disposal, Exxon Valdez Oil Spill, Domestic Airlines Fares, Infant Formula, Architectural Hinges, and Infant Food.