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Eva Cole is co-chair of the firm’s Antitrust practice group and focuses her practice on civil antitrust litigation, class actions, and international cartel investigations led by enforcement agencies around the world. She has particularly distinguished experience representing clients in the electronics, sports, financial and private equity industries.
As a member of the firm’s Diversity Committee and co-chair of the New York office Women’s Leadership Initiative, Eva leverages nearly 15 years of experience to help foster and promote a culture of inclusion.
Her practice areas comprise a range of complex commercial litigation including antitrust, class action, and sports and entertainment law litigation. Eva has represented clients in all stages of litigation, including appeals.
In recent years, Eva’s practice focuses on international cartel investigations and related class actions. Her experience extends from representing clients, both corporations and individuals, in government investigations brought by antitrust authorities around the world, including the United States, Australia, Brazil, Canada, the Czech Republic, Europe, Hungary, Korea, Mexico, and New Zealand to the civil side of cartel cases, where she represents clients in multi-district and related class actions.
Eva has also represented various companies in other types of antitrust lawsuits involving a range of federal and state antitrust claims, including numerous types of monopolization claims.
In addition, Eva regularly counsels companies with respect to antitrust compliance. Among other things, she helps companies develop antitrust compliance policies and training to help prevent antitrust problems. In particular, Eva has helped private equity funds with numerous portfolio companies and other types of corporations with multiple subsidiaries and affiliates develop comprehensive and consistent antitrust compliance programming.
Eva is a member of the ABA Section of Antitrust Law’s International Cartel Task Force. She is also an active member of the Inter-Pacific Bar Association’s Competition Law Committee.
Last updated August 2019