Belinda Lee, Global Vice Chair of Latham’s Antitrust & Competition Practice, represents global companies in high-stakes litigation and investigations, with particular experience defending private damages actions and navigating clients through international jurisdictions.
Ms. Lee represents global companies in antitrust and complex litigation matters pending in courts throughout the United States, and before government regulators in the Americas, Europe, and Asia.
Ms. Lee has extensive experience defending and advising companies in the technology, consumer products, transportation, and manufacturing industries. She has represented these companies in consumer class actions, price-fixing, monopolization, unfair competition, and licensing disputes.
She has defeated class certification several times and regularly guided clients through criminal investigations that close without enforcement action.
Ms. Lee is a Fellow of the American Bar Foundation and serves by appointment on the Law360 Editorial Board for Competition and the Executive Committee of the Antitrust & Unfair Competition Section of the California Lawyers Association. She serves on the Board of Asian Americans Advancing Justice - Asian Law Caucus and is a frequent author and speaker on legal issues relating to expert witnesses, antitrust compliance, and law firm diversity.
As the former Global Chair of Latham’s Training and Career Enhancement Committee, Ms. Lee oversaw the formal and informal training programs for all Latham attorneys, from summer associates to senior partners. Under Ms. Lee’s leadership, Latham’s training programs received numerous awards and accolades, including the highest possible rankings by Vault Law 100 for Informal Training, Mentoring & Sponsorship.