Kimberly A. Justice, a partner of the Firm, is a respected litigator and experienced trial lawyer who has dedicated her career to obtaining justice for those harmed by corporate fraud. She focuses her practice on antitrust and securities fraud litigation. Kimberly has extensive experience in all aspects of complex litigation from investigating and developing an initial case theory, to formulating and managing litigation strategy, to conducting discovery, to trial.
Kimberly possesses a wealth of valuable experience, having served as a federal antitrust prosecutor for nearly a decade where she led teams of trial attorneys and law enforcement agents who investigated and prosecuted domestic and international cartel activity, including in the following industries: graphite electrodes, carbon products, ocean shipping and benchmark interest rates (LIBOR). Prior to joining the Firm, Kimberly was co-chair of the antitrust practice group at Kessler Topaz Meltzer Check LLP.
Kimberly has secured sizeable recoveries on behalf of investors in several high-profile securities fraud cases. Kimberly also led the trial team that obtained a jury verdict in favor of investors in the Longtop securities class action litigation, among just a handful of securities cases to be tried to jury verdict. Kimberly currently serves as lead or co-lead counsel in several nationwide securities fraud and antitrust class actions. Most recently, Kimberly was appointed as Co-Lead Counsel in In re: Chicago Board of Options Exchange Volatility Index Manipulation Antitrust Litigation. Kimberly also serves on the Plaintiff Steering Committees in In re: Local TV Advertising Antitrust Litigation, In re: Liquid Aluminum Sulfate Antitrust Litigation and In re: German Automotive Manufacturers Antitrust Litigation.
Upon graduating from law school, Ms. Justice served as a judicial clerk to the Honorable William H. Yohn, Jr. (retired) of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
Ms. Justice frequently lectures and serves on discussion panels concerning antitrust and securities litigation matters and currently serves as a member of the Advisory Board of the American Antitrust Institute and as an Advisory Council Member for The Duke Conferences: Bench-Bar-Academy Distinguished Lawyers’ Series.