Introducing Our Newest Partner, Jennifer Patterson

December 28, 2023

Haug Partners LLP is excited to welcome Jennifer Patterson as a partner in its New York office.

Ms. Patterson has more than 25 years of experience handling antitrust litigation and other complex commercial disputes across a wide range of industries including pharmaceuticals, rail freight transportation, publishing, auto parts, aircraft parts, biometric identification, poultry breeding, food additives, pesticides, optical film, flat glass manufacturing, and accounting and audit services.

Ms. Patterson has defended major US and foreign corporations in private antitrust lawsuits and class actions, and in related criminal and civil investigations and enforcement proceedings by the Department of Justice, State Attorneys General, and foreign competition agencies. She has handled internal investigations concerning potential antitrust violations and other illegal activities, and has advised companies with respect to the antitrust implications of mergers and acquisitions. She also advises on distribution and pricing programs and other aspects of competitor and customer relations, as well as on best practices for antitrust training and compliance.

Ed Haug, Chairman of the Firm, had this to say about Jennifer’s addition: “As we start 2024, we are very excited to welcome Jennifer Patterson as our newest partner in our antitrust practice.  Jennifer is a well-known practicing lawyer in the antitrust world having spent years at Kaye Scholer and more recently Arnold & Porter representing Fortune 500 companies in complex antitrust disputes with great success.  We welcome Jennifer to our already robust and very successful antitrust practice.”

In joining the Firm, Ms. Patterson commented: “I was drawn to Haug Partners because of its sophisticated antitrust litigation practice and its integrated IP platform.  I look forward to adding my experience to the broader expertise of the Firm in order to provide first-class service to our clients.”

Ms. Patterson earned her J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center and her B.A. from Vanderbilt University.