Lee Czocher is an associate in White & Case's Washington, DC office and a member of the Firm's Global Competition Section. Her practice focuses on antitrust actions in the life sciences industries.
Lee is experienced with multidistrict litigation in the pharmaceutical industry, including actions involving allegations of reverse payments, product hopping, sham litigation, and Walker Process fraud. She has represented leading global pharmaceutical companies in several multidistrict antitrust actions against both direct and indirect purchaser putative class actions. Lee also has experience with third-party discovery, including negotiating the agreed scope of document productions, drafting and filing motions to compel production of documents, and preparing for 30(b)(6) depositions.
Lee's pharmaceutical litigation experience extends to several phases of trial preparation, including conducting custodian interviews, managing document review teams, drafting and defending against discovery requests, and preparing for both fact and expert witness depositions. Lee has also worked on multiple dispositive motions, including motions for summary judgment and 12(b)(6) motions to dismiss, with a particular focus on legal and factual issues pertaining to generic entry, causation, and the relevant product market.
Prior to joining White & Case, Lee clerked for the Honorable Justice Brett Busby at the Fourteenth Court of Appeals of Texas and the Honorable Justice Don Willett at the Supreme Court of Texas.