Justine Haimi represents clients in connection with the antitrust aspects of litigation, mergers and acquisitions, and advisory matters. She has worked with clients across a diverse range of industries, including health care, medical devices, insurance, consumer goods, telecommunications, energy and pharmaceuticals.
Ms. Haimi has represented clients before the FTC and DOJ in numerous mergers and acquisitions, including Sprint Corporation in its combination with T-Mobile US, Inc.; Centene Corporation in its merger with WellCare Health Plans, Inc.; Essendant in its acquisition by Staples, Inc.; ABB Group in its acquisition of GE Industrial Solutions from General Electric Company; Gilead Sciences, Inc. in its acquisition of Kite Pharma, Inc.; Intel Corporation in the sale of its smartphone modem business to Apple and its spin-out of the Intel Security business; Valeant in its acquisitions of Salix and Synergetics; Leidos Holdings Inc. in its combination with the realigned information systems and global solutions business of Lockheed Martin Corporation; and Nokia in its acquisition of Alcatel-Lucent.
Ms. Haimi’s litigation experience includes defending Sprint against a challenge brought by 13 states and the District of Columbia to block its proposed merger with T-Mobile, representing Actavis plc in suits brought by private plaintiffs relating to "reverse payment" settlements for Actos, and defending Bausch & Lomb in multidistrict litigation challenging its pricing policies relating to disposable contact lenses.
Ms. Haimi also represents pro bono clients in immigration, veterans affairs and family law matters.