Esther Oh

Esther specializes in class actions and other complex civil litigation, with a focus on antitrust.

Representative matters include:

  • Interior Molded Doors Litigation: The Firm is Interim Co-Lead Counsel for a proposed Indirect Purchaser Plaintiffs Class of individuals and companies who purchased interior molded doors from Defendants JELD-WEN, Inc. and Masonite Corporation. Plaintiffs allege that as a result of Defendants’ alleged anticompetitive conduct, Plaintiffs and other potential Class members paid more for doors than they would have in a competitive environment; and
  • In re EpiPen Marketing, Sales Practices, and Antitrust Litigation: The Firm is on the Plaintiffs’ Steering Committee leading a class action alleging that Pfizer and Mylan—manufacturer and distributor of the epinephrine autoinjector EpiPen, respectively—have unlawfully created and abused a monopoly for the life-saving product. Plaintiffs seek recovery of damages and overpayments from at least 2009 through the present, as well as injunctive relief under the federal antitrust laws and various state consumer protection and antitrust laws.

Prior to joining the Firm, Esther worked for several major international law firms in San Francisco where she managed discovery review teams and assisted the firms’ litigation groups as a contract attorney. Before then, she clerked for the Honorable Gerald Lebovits of the New York State Supreme Court and was a trial attorney at a boutique New York City law firm.

Throughout law school, Esther was a judicial intern to the Honorable Richard Ringell, Karen Howze, Andrea Harnett, and Marisa Demeo of the Superior Court of the District of Columbia. She was also a student attorney at the Took Crowell Institute for At-Risk Youth Clinic in Washington, D.C.

Esther is a member of the American Bar Association and the Bar Association of San Francisco.