Jeremy Ostrander is a litigator in the Firm's Antitrust and Commercial Litigation Groups. He has litigation experience in matters involving general commercial disputes, civil and criminal antitrust claims, intellectual property disputes and commercial arbitrations.
Mr. Ostrander has also participated in competition related internal investigations and compliance work for clients in the United States and Europe.
Prior to joining White & Case, Mr. Ostrander worked as an associate in the class action defense and financial services litigation practices of a California-based law firm, where he focused primarily on class action litigation defense involving Federal laws regulating the lending industry, including the Fair Credit Reporting Act and Truth in Lending Act, as well as California's Unfair Competition Law.
Representation of Taiwanese auto parts manufacturer and its US subsidiary in criminal antitrust grand jury investigation as well as follow-on civil class action litigation.
Member of team representing pharmaceutical manufacturer in antitrust litigation brought by competitor, as well as putative direct and indirect purchaser classes, alleging theory of "product hopping".
Representation of ViewSonic Corporation in major patent litigation brought by Nokia involving tablet and smart phone space.
Member of team obtaining clearance of acquisition by Grupo Bimbo SA de CV’s acquisition of the fresh bread bakery business of Sara Lee.
Representation of online mortgage software provider in litigation with former supplier involving intellectual property and antitrust claims.
American Needle, Inc. v. National Football League Brings Greater Litigation Risks to Competitor Collaborations Involving IP Licensing, IT, Internet and Outsourcing Bulletin, April 2010, (with Noah Brumfield)
The Last Bastion of Sovereign Immunity: A Comparative Look at Immunity from Execution of Judgments, 22 Berkeley Journal of International Law 541, 2004