Brittany Resch joined Gustafson Gluek as an associate in June 2016. She is a graduate of the University of Minnesota Law School (J.D., 2015), and a magna cum laude graduate of the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities (B.A., 2012).
While in law school, Brittany was a member of the Phillip C. Jessup International Moot Court Competition Team, served on the boards of NOLA MN and the Federal Bar Association’s University of Minnesota Law School chapter, and worked as a law clerk for the United States Attorney’s Office and Hennepin County Attorney’s Office. Brittany also provided representation to low-income persons with consumer protection issues as a certified student attorney and served as a judicial extern for the Honorable Steven E. Rau, Magistrate Judge, District of Minnesota. After graduating from law school, Brittany served as a law clerk to the Honorable Richard H. Kyle, Senior United States District Judge, District of Minnesota.
Brittany is an active member of the Federal Bar Association and Minnesota Women’s Lawyers. She is passionate about using her legal education to help those in need overcome barriers to justice, such as by representing pro se litigants in the Federal Bar Association’s Pro Se Project and assisting low-income persons protect their rights in the Volunteer Lawyer Network’s Letters to Creditors Program.Download VCard View Representative Cases
Brittany currently represents a class of restaurants and healthcare centers that purchased chicken at artificially-inflated prices for use in their businesses in In re Broiler Chicken Antitrust Litigation, Case No. 16-cv-08637 (N.D. Ill.). This nationwide class action seeks to recover millions of dollars in overcharges from 18 Defendants for their conspiracy to limit the supply of chickens by killing hens early and destroying eggs. Brittany’s work on behalf of the Commercial and Institutional Indirect Purchaser Plaintiffs is protecting the interests of small businesses who unknowingly were forced to pay too much for their chicken.
Brittany is also fighting for the rights of everyday consumers in In re Disposable Contact Lens Antitrust Litigation, Case No. 15-md-2626 (M.D. Fla.), representing a class of consumers who purchased contact lenses at artificially inflated prices from their eye doctors, and in Hudock & Villa Lara v. LG Electronics USA, Inc. & Best Buy Co., Inc., Case Nos. 16-1220 & 17-5222 (D. Minn.), representing classes of consumers who purchased LG LED televisions that were marketed and sold as higher quality televisions than what they actually received. Furthermore, she is also developing nationwide experience in litigating False Claims Act cases under state and federal law, preventing fraud against governments.