Julie Han

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Julie Han focuses on antitrust and consumer class actions, while representing plaintiffs through each phase of antitrust litigation from pre-trial investigation, discovery, dispositive motions, witness selection and interviews, to trial preparation. She understands the goals that need to be reached beyond the complex disputes over antitrust matters. Focused on serving her clients in the best way possible, she aggressively approaches every issue developed during litigation and effectively tackles it to grant her clients a successful resolution.

Prior to joining the Firm, Julie was a project managing attorney for a major international law firm in the San Francisco Bay Area, where she supervised discovery review teams and assisted the firm’s intellectual property litigation.

During law school, as a legal intern at the Office of Legislation and Policy of the California Department of Corporations, Julie reviewed legislation proposals on California finance and mortgage lending law and drafted analysis of the state lending issues.

Julie Han is a member of the American Bar Association and the Bar Association of San Francisco.

Caustic Soda Antitrust Litigation: Plaintiffs seek damages and injunctive relief arising out of the collusive and concerted restraint of trade in sodium hydroxide, commonly known as Caustic Soda, by the Defendants—all of whom are direct competitors and leading manufacturers of Caustic Soda in the United States—during a period spanning from at least October 1, 2015, to the present.