Ronnie Seidel Spiegel has over two decades of experience litigating and managing all phases of complex antitrust litigation from filing through trial, with a special focus on e-discovery negotiation and case management. She is also a go-to person in the industry regarding translation issues and the use of foreign-language evidence. Her approach to complex case litigation is both substantive and pragmatic. She has a deep understanding of the legal issues and facts involved in her cases, but also strives to set up an efficient framework at the outset of each case so that the case can run smoothly and the best possible result for clients and plaintiff-classes can be achieved.
Ronnie comes to the Firm after 16 years at Hagens Berman Sobol Shapiro LLP, where she was a partner since 2013. While there, she focused on representing direct purchasers and end-consumers, and played key roles in some of the largest price-fixing, monopolization, and complex litigation cases in the country. Some of her most notable cases included leadership and management of:
- In re DRAM Antitrust Litigation
- In re SRAM Antitrust Litigation
- In re Cathode Ray Tube Antitrust Litigation
- In re TFT-LCD (Flat Panel) Antitrust Litigation
- In re Automotive Parts Antitrust Litigation
- In re Containerboard Antitrust Litigation
- In re McKesson Corp. Shareholder Derivative Litigation
- In re Apple iPhone Litigation
- In re Google Android Litigation
Ronnie also previously worked as an associate at Spector, Roseman & Kodroff, where she helped develop the firm’s antitrust practice and managed its North Carolina office. While there, she played a significant role in several landmark cases, including: In re Brand Name Prescription Drugs Antitrust Litigation, In re Vitamins Antitrust Litigation, In re NASDAQ Market-Makers Antitrust Litigation, In re High Fructose Corn Syrup Antitrust Litigation, In re Commercial Tissue Paper Antitrust Litigation, and In re Flat Glass Antitrust Litigation.
Ronnie Seidel Spiegel is a member of the American Bar Association's Antitrust Section, the Sedona Conference, Working Group 1, and was a member of the drafting team for the Sedona Conference’s revised Rule 45 Commentary (published October 2020). She is a current participant in Ladder Down, a networking, mentoring, and executive training program for women leaders in the Seattle legal community. She is also a former Board Member of the MAMAS organization, a resource and networking organization in Seattle for those trying to balance motherhood and a legal career.