Julie assists in all aspects of the firm’s litigation including pre-trial investigation, discovery, case preparation, dispositive motions, and the review and preparation of documents. Representative matters include:
- Capacitors Price-Fixing Antitrust Litigation: The firm is Sole Lead Counsel in a class action lawsuit alleging that global capacitor manufacturers conspired to fix prices, forcing direct purchasers to pay more. The case is currently in discovery and class certification is fully briefed. Initial settlements in the case exceed $100 million;
- EpiPen Marketing, Sales Practices, and Antitrust Litigation: The firm is leading a class action alleging that Pfizer and Mylan—manufacturer and distributor of the EpiPen respectively—have unlawfully created and abused a monopoly for the life-saving product. Plaintiffs seek to recover 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, Julie worked for a major international law firm in the San Francisco Bay Area where she managed discovery review teams and assisted the firm’s intellectual property litigation as a project managing attorney.
During law school, as a legal intern at the Office of Legislation and Policy of the California Department of Corporations, Julie researched the lending issues of the State and drafted legislation analyses on California finance and mortgage lending law. Julie is admitted to practice in California.