Emily Jenks focuses on managing large electronic discovery matters in antitrust and other complex litigation. Emily is fluent in Japanese and has played a central role in identifying and analyzing key documents in multiple matters, including In re Capacitors Antitrust Litigation and In re Lidoderm Antitrust Litigation.
A 2010 graduate of the Santa Clara University School of Law, Emily served as an associate on the Computer and High Technology Law Journal and focused her studies on intellectual property and high tech law. Emily received her undergraduate degree in international relations with an emphasis on global economy from San Francisco State University in 2005. Emily is admitted to the California Bar.
J.D., Santa Clara University School of Law
- Associate, Computer and High Technology Law Journal
B.A., San Francisco State University
In re Lidoderm Antitrust Litigation
Co-lead counsel team in this “pay-for-delay” litigation against three drug companies. Settled a week before jury selection only after the class was certified and summary judgment had been denied. The $104.75 million settlement represents the largest end-payer recovery in absolute and percentage terms in any federal pay-for-delay case in at least the past decade.
In re Capacitors Antitrust Litigation
Representing direct purchasers in a multidistrict proceeding that follows several executives pleading guilty to fixing the prices of capacitors, tiny electronic components found in devices from toasters to cell phones. Nearly $100 million in settlements to date and the case is proceeding to trial.
Community & Professional
- Member, Women in eDiscovery San Francisco and Silicon Valley Chapters
- Board of Directors, Golden Gate Mothers Group