Bruce serves as head of the global competition practice at Hunton & Williams, where he focuses on antitrust and unfair competition, including merger reviews, government investigations, and private and government antitrust litigation. Bruce also represents a broad range of clients in general commercial litigation.
Before joining the firm, Bruce served at the Federal Trade Commission in Washington, DC, as Deputy Director and previously Associate Director of Regional Litigation of the Bureau of Competition. During his tenure at the FTC, he oversaw the Bureau's competition programs, activities and investigations and led numerous high-profile cases involving mergers, price fixing, monopolizations, conspiracies and other issues in a broad range of industries. He has also participated in amicus brief efforts before the U.S. Supreme Court. Bruce is admitted to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court, the U.S. Courts of Appeals for the D.C., Sixth, Eighth and Eleventh Circuits; the U.S. District Courts for the District of Columbia, the District of Colorado, the Southern, Middle and Northern Districts of Florida, and the Western District of Wisconsin; and in the District of Columbia and all state courts in Florida.
Throughout his career, Bruce has been recognized as a highly respected lecturer and author on numerous topics. He regularly speaks at legal and industry seminars and conferences across the country, and publishes articles in a broad range of journals, magazines and other publications.