Kristen is an associate in the firm’s Global Antitrust/Competition practice group, who focuses on antitrust matters, including civil litigation, class actions, government investigations, and counseling.
Kristen is actively involved with pro-bono matters at the firm, with a particular focus on immigration matters and capital appeals. Notably, she has successfully argued before the Superior Court of California and won special immigrant juvenile findings for her client.
Kristen graduated from the George Washington University law school cum laude in 2017, where she served on the George Washington International Law Review and as President of the Antitrust Law Association.
During law school, Kristen interned at the Federal Trade Commission’s Bureau of Competition where she was involved in multiple investigations involving proposed mergers in the pharmaceutical industry.
George Washington International Law Review
Representation of Walmart, Inc. in antitrust litigation.
Representation of a colocation data center in antitrust conspiracy, monopolization, and tortious interference claims against its competitor. Defeated competitor’s motion to dismiss. Case is ongoing.
Counseled specialty chemical company Clariant AG on the agreement to sell its Healthcare Packaging business to New York-based private equity fund Arsenal Capital Partners.
Representation of leading radio manufacturer in antitrust monopolization claims against Motorola Solutions in the Northern District of Illinois.
Counseled numerous clients on antitrust matters.