Amy Vegari is Counsel in the Firm’s Litigation department. Ms. Vegari’s practice focuses on complex commercial litigation, antitrust, white collar investigations, and defense of consumer protection actions.  Ms. Vegari represents clients through all stages of litigation, including pre-litigation counseling, mediation, trial, and appeal.

Ms. Vegari is an editor of the Firm’s Antitrust Update Blog.  Before joining the Firm, Ms. Vegari served as a law clerk to the Hon. Michael A. Chagares of the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit from 2012-2013.  From 2011 to 2012, she served as a law clerk to the Hon. Robert B. Kugler of the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey.

Representative Matters

Represent pharmaceutical company in connection with litigation relating to the pricing of its products, including through trial.

Represent a pharmaceutical manufacturer in defense of consumer protection claims brought by a state’s attorney general.

Defend an educational publisher in a multi-district litigation where putative class plaintiffs allege violations of federal and state antitrust law.

Advise pharmaceutical manufacturer on potential antitrust issues related to pricing of company’s blockbuster drug.

Represent an investment firm in arbitration against a former employee alleging defamation.

Defend multinational pharmaceutical company in tariff dispute with U.S. Customs, successfully securing judgment in bench trial.

Represented a European bank in connection with an industry-wide investigation into alleged manipulation of a benchmark rate for interest-rate swaps and options.

Defended a European bank in connection with putative class actions alleging violations of the Sherman Act based on alleged collusion and manipulation of benchmark rates.

Defended electrical lighting manufacturer in Lanham Act competitor dispute.

Represented leading manufacturer of cleaning products in Lanham Act competitor dispute.

Counseled a health care provider regarding potential antitrust issues related to the provision of nationwide services.

Represented a news-media company in a dispute involving access to police body-worn camera footage.

Represented an individual in connection with a Department of Justice investigation into alleged sanctions violations.

Represented an individual in connection with insider-trading investigation conducted by the Department of Justice and Securities and Exchange Commission.

Defended a major dietary-supplement company in a putative false-advertising class action involving a vitamin supplement.

  • Southern and Eastern Districts of New York
  • U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit; Third Circuit; Federal Circuit
  • U.S. Court of International Trade
  • New York
  • New Jersey
  • Pennsylvania
  • French