Ruth E. Glaeser is an antitrust lawyer who leverages her experience working in an antitrust enforcement agency, in-house at a Fortune 500 company, and in private practice to advise and represent clients on a range of antitrust, competition, and complex business problems.

Ruth clerked at the Antitrust Division of the Office of the Minnesota Attorney General, where she focused on anticompetitive conduct and mergers. At U.S. Bank, she gained an in-house perspective during the ultimately successful FTC clearance of a major acquisition. And in private practice, she has litigated a range of antitrust and other complex business disputes, including cases involving joint venture and employment non-compete agreements.

Before becoming an attorney, Ruth was a contemporary dancer and nonprofit fundraiser.