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Ruth Glaeser, Antitrust Attorney, Joins Bona Law’s Minneapolis Office

March 6, 2024

Minneapolis, MN—Bona Law is pleased to announce that Ruth E. Glaeser has joined the firm’s Minneapolis office as an associate antitrust attorney. 

Ruth earned her juris doctor from Mitchell Hamline School of Law, where she obtained certificates in Law and Business and Global Arbitration in partnership with The School of International Arbitration at Queen Mary University in London, England. 

Ruth previously clerked at the Office of the Minnesota Attorney General’s Antitrust Division, where she focused on anticompetitive practices in meatpacking markets and reviewing non-profit healthcare mergers. 

Ruth also clerked at U.S. Bank, where she gained company-side experience in the FTC merger clearance process. Before joining Bona Law, she represented companies and executives in non-compete litigation. 

"Ruth is an energetic, bright young lawyer who stands out with a unique combination of talents, entrepreneurial spirit, and strategic mindset,” said Aaron Gott, Bona Law’s Chief Operating Officer.  “We are thrilled she is joining us.” 

Bona Law is an antitrust boutique focused on antitrust and competition law in the United States and abroad. The firm brings together some of the best legal minds with big law, government, and senior in-house experience to solve its clients’ problems.