Anna-Patrice Harris

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Anna-Patrice Harris joined the Firm in 2021. Her practice focuses on complex litigation and antitrust class actions. She is a passionate advocate for the rights of workers and consumers and, using her litigation skills, strives to create a more equitable playing field for all.

Anna has extensive litigation experience from working as an associate at two Bay Area law firms. She has managed her own caseload and handled complex business disputes in the areas of business litigation and professional liability. She has defended employers in workers’ compensation and employment related disputes, including Labor Code violations and contentious death claims. She has appeared in court, researched and drafted pretrial and trial documents, taken and defended depositions, communicated effectively with clients, and negotiated and drafted settlement agreements.

Prior to her associate roles, as a sole practitioner, Anna provided general legal services focusing on contract, criminal, and personal injury litigation. And as a contract attorney, she worked extensively in all stages of Chapters 7 and 13 bankruptcy cases, including conducting consultations, preparing bankruptcy petitions, counseling clients, and advocating for her clients at hearings.

Anna-Patrice Harris is a member of the American Bar Association.

Defense Contractor “No-Poach” Litigation: The Firm represents defense intelligence workers who allege that Booz Allen Hamilton, Inc., CACI International, Inc., and Mission Essential LLC entered into unlawful agreements not to hire one another’s workers, which had the purpose and effect of suppressing workers’ compensation; and

Varsity All Star and Scholastic Cheer Market Price-Fixing Litigation: The Firm represents competitive cheer families in an antitrust suit against Varsity Brands and other Defendants. Plaintiffs allege Defendants abused Varsity’s market power to raise, fix, and stabilize the prices charged and associated with competitive cheer. As a result, cheer athletes, together with their parents, friends, and families, have been overcharged by the Defendants, who have obtained millions of dollars in supracompetitive illegal profits. Plaintiffs seek to recover damages recovery and injunctive relief.