Stacy Ruegilin is an associate in the Antitrust practice.
Stacy’s practice focuses on a range of competition and antitrust matters including complex civil litigation, criminal antitrust defense, merger review, and antitrust counseling.
- A major online retailer in an appeal of a Federal Trade Commission decision and follow-on class action litigation alleging the retailer’s trademark settlements violated Section 5 of the FTC Act and Section 1 of the Shearman Act.
- A health insurer in multidistrict litigation alleging antitrust violations under Sections 1 and 2 of the Sherman Act
- A leading Asian manufacturer in a Department of Justice criminal investigation and a national class action alleging price-fixing and related conduct.
- A leading defense contractor in a merger review by the Department of Justice.
- An array of clients on antitrust and competition counseling matters, including internal corporate antitrust investigations, agreements referencing rivals, exclusive agreements, below-cost pricing, and joint ventures.
- Pro bono clients, including an indigent mother and her chronically ill daughter seeking reasonable accommodations under fair housing laws.
Harvard Law School
University of Hawaii
- District of Columbia