Catherine Koh Stillman practices in the areas of antitrust and complex commercial litigation in Baker McKenzie’s New York office. She assists clients in the defense of merger challenges, class actions, and civil and criminal investigations. She also analyzes and manages filing obligations under the Hart-Scott-Rodino (HSR) Act and foreign competition regimes.
Catherine assists domestic and international companies in resolving civil disputes and government investigations arising from their business activities in the United States and abroad. Her practice centers on civil antitrust litigation, federal and state antitrust investigations, and complex commercial litigation.
In addition, she provides antitrust counsel to companies on a variety of commercial activity including distribution agreements, joint venture arrangements, pricing policies, and competitor collaborations, as well as works with companies to evaluate their antitrust compliance programs.
- University of Michigan (2002)
- Yale University (1999)
- California~United States (2007)
- U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York~United States (2004)
- U.S. District Court, Eastern District of New York~United States (2004)
- New York~United States (2003)
- Helped represent a group of detainees challenging detention at Camp Delta, Guantánamo Bay, Cuba in a habeas corpus action.
- Together with the Center for Constitutional Rights, organized a national conference and provided legal training for attorneys representing other detainees.
- Drafted the fundamental rights section of a draft Constitution presented to the legislature of Nepal, and co-authored a report on truth and reconciliation commissions presented to the legislature of Nepal.
Professional Associations and Memberships:
- New York State Bar Association – Member
- American Bar Association – Member
- New York Women’s Bar Association – Member
Representative Legal Matters:
- Defended a German rail equipment manufacturer in the first DOJ no-poach investigation following the October 2016 HR Guidelines issued jointly by the FTC and DOJ.
- Defended a Japanese manufacturer of capacitors in class actions alleging price fixing in the aluminium, tantalum and film capacitors market.
- Defended Chinese manufacturers of vitamin C in first price-fixing class actions brought in US courts against Chinese defendants involving landmark foreign sovereign compulsion issues.
- Defended a US manufacturer of filtration products in over 50 class actions, consolidated in the Northern District of Illinois, alleging price fixing in the aftermarket filters market.
- Represented global technology companies in various multibillion-dollar transactions.
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