Sarah’s practice focuses on complex litigation including antitrust, financial services, and commercial disputes.
Sarah represents clients in litigation for harm suffered throughout the world, using innovative solutions to provide exceptional advocacy. Sarah has prosecuted claims of nascent competitors and small businesses challenging anticompetitive conduct by dominant market players, and she has represented state entities in commercial disputes. Sarah has obtained discovery in the United States for non-U.S. litigants through 28 U.S.C. § 1782. Her experience spans a wide range of complex litigation, and her efforts have helped clients recover more than $2.3 billion in settlements.
Sarah’s clients include investors, multinational corporations, public entities, non-profit organizations, technology companies and small businesses. Sarah currently represents individual and institutional investors, U.S. manufacturers, and a technology start-up. Her former clients include art house cinemas challenging a dominant competitor, a leading software manufacturer challenging patent infringements, a royalty-rights holder in the college athletics space, and an industry organization in the first amendment sphere.
American University Washington College of Law, J.D. (summa cum laude, order of the coif), 2014
University of Ottawa, J.D. (cum laude), 2014
McMaster University, BA (Hons., summa cum laude), 2008
District of Columbia
United States Court of Federal Claims
United States District Court for the District of Columbia
United States District Court for the Southern District of New York
Vice Chair, Civil Practice and Procedure Committee, American Bar Association Section on Antitrust Law (2020-2022)
Young Lawyer’s Representative, Civil Practice and Procedure Committee, American Bar Association Section on Antitrust Law (2019-2020)
Senior Note and Comment Editor, Administrative Law Review (2013-2014)
Judicial law clerk to the Honorable Victor J. Wolski on the United States Court of Federal Claims. (2014-2015)
Prior to law school, Sarah worked for Canadian Member of Parliament Scott Reid, and in that role served as the Associate Director of the Canadian Parliamentary Coalition for Combating Antisemitism.
Other events Sarah has been asked to speak at include:
- "The State of Leniency," GCR Live 4th Annual Cartels (March 26, 2019), Panelist
- "Why Antitrust," ABA Section of Antitrust Law, American university Washington College of Law, (Oct. 23, 2018), Panelist
Sarah's other publications include:
- "The Equitable Future of Intercollegiate Athletics," Competition Policy International's Antitrust Chronicle (April 28, 2020), Co-Author
- "The Volkswagen Scandal: Catalyst For Class Action Change?" Law360 (Feb. 27, 2018), Co-Author
WHAT OTHERS SAY
American Antitrust Institute
- Outstanding Antitrust Litigation Achievement by a Young Lawyer: an honor she received in 2018 for her work on In re Foreign Exchange Benchmark Rates Antitrust Litigation.
- One to Watch, Antitrust Litigation since 2020
- Rising Star, Competition Law in 2019
- Rising Star, Antitrust Litigation in Washington, DC since 2020
- Recipient of The Mussey Prize for the Highest Scholastic Average in the Final Year of Study by the American University Washington College of Law.