Kamali P. Willett represents a wide variety of clients in civil litigation, with an emphasis on antitrust litigation, class actions and complex civil litigation.


Mr. Willett has represented clients in federal and state courts, including on appeals and foreign and domestic government investigations. He also has advised clients on maintaining appropriate internal controls in order to prevent potential litigation.

Some of Mr. Willett’s representations include:

  • a financial institution in a putative class action where it was alleged that banks conspired to restrain competition by maintaining improper control over the quotes buyers must obtain before entering into a credit default swap transaction;
  • a financial institution in a putative class action where it was alleged that a payment card’s initial public offering affected competition and violated several antitrust regulations, including the Sherman and Clayton antitrust acts;
  • a financial institution in the sale of its student loans business;
  • a producer of flavors and fragrances in connection with the defense of an action alleging misappropriation of trade secrets and breach of contract relating to a new technology; and
  • a professional sports league in securing the dismissal of a former team owner’s challenge to a lifetime ban that prohibited his involvement in the business operations or management of his former team.

Mr. Willett also is active in his local community and is currently the co-chair of the Young People’s Project, a nonprofit organization that uses math literacy work to develop the abilities of students in elementary through high school to succeed in school and life.



  • J.D., Stanford Law School, 2006
  • B.A., Brown University, 2001


  • Massachusetts
  • New York

Kamali P. Willett

Counsel, Complex Litigation and Trials