Stephanie Fine represents clients in a wide variety of litigation matters, including in the areas of antitrust, securities, and consumer product safety.
Ms. Fine maintains an active pro bono practice, including impact litigation involving prison reform and the representation of Planned Parenthood in litigation against extremists who fraudulently and illegally made, manipulated, and then released videotapes in a smear campaign against the organization.
Ms. Fine graduated as a James Kent Scholar from Columbia Law School, where she was a member of the Human Rights Law Review.
Prior to law school, she worked as a Schedule C Political Appointee in the Obama Administration at the US Department of Education.
Ms. Fine earned her bachelor's degree in Political Science and Theater from Northwestern University.
- Fujikura Ltd. and Fujikura Automotive America LLC in complex multi-district antitrust litigation alleging bid rigging and price fixing of automotive wire harnesses and other products arising out of the government's investigation into the auto parts industry. In re Automotive Parts Antitrust Litigation.
- Global payment card company in federal and state antitrust class action litigations.
- Defense of several individuals, including corporate managers and executives, investigated by federal prosecutors and by international law enforcement.
- Defense of food manufacturers, personal care companies, and retailers concerning allegations that their products require Proposition 65 warnings.
- Turkish power ship company in multi-billion dollar investor-state claims against the Government of Pakistan (ICSID).
- Republic of Korea in multi-billion dollar investor-state claims concerning bank regulation and tax matters (ICSID).
- JD, Columbia Law School, 2013,
James Kent Scholar
- BA, Northwestern University, 2008
- District of Columbia
- US District Court, Northern District of California