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Maggy Sullivan is a partner in the Litigation & Trial Department of Latham & Watkins and is a member of the firm’s Antitrust & Competition Practice, the Finance Committee, and the Strategic Client Committee. She has extensive experience in both private and government antitrust matters, and has defended corporate clients in cartel investigations, complex civil actions, multi-district actions, and class actions.
Ms. Sullivan focuses on antitrust class actions and business to business litigation in state and federal courts, criminal cartel investigations, and antitrust compliance counseling. She has been involved in some of the largest and most complex antitrust matters to date.
Ms. Sullivan’s antitrust work has covered a wide range of industries, including energy, consumer products, healthcare, automotive, software and technology, construction materials, specialty chemicals, textiles, medical dictation, paper, cable, and satellite.
Bonnie’s practice focuses on antitrust and unfair competition class action litigation in federal and state courts, as well as enforcement proceedings before agencies in the U.S. and other countries. She leverages her almost 15 years of experience in civil and criminal antitrust litigation and investigations to advise clients across a range of industries that face government scrutiny, including technology and manufacturing. Bonnie has defended companies in antitrust and related complex litigation involving claims of price-fixing, output suppression, monopolization, and group boycott, as well as prosecuted antitrust counterclaims in patent and IP infringement matters. She regularly serves as lead counsel on antitrust price-fixing cartel matters in the Northern District of California.
Bonnie devotes herself to promoting diversity in the legal community, serving as Chair-Elect of the Leadership Council for Legal Diversity Fellows Alumni; Co-Chair of the Women’s Leadership Network for the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association; and Advisory Board member of the Minority Corporate Counsel Association.
During her 15 years as an economic consultant and testifying expert, Dr. Newlon has prepared expert reports, testified, and consulted on matters involving a wide range of topics related to FLSA, state labor law, and antitrust wage suppression. Dr. Newlon has analyzed labor and antitrust claims in individual and class/collective actions (addressing questions at certification, liability, and damages phases).
In labor litigation, Dr. Newlon has significant experience with contractor misclassification, joint-employer claims, and allegations of wage and hour law violations. She has written reports and testified about classwide liability and performed damages calculations for wage and hour allegations, including extensive experience with violations of California labor statutes resulting in unpaid overtime, incorrect regular-rate calculation, missed meal penalties, timesheet rounding bias, and waiting-time and itemization penalties.