Kenya joined Hausfeld in 2017 and has over 15 years of experience in antitrust, financial services, and complex commercial litigation. Kenya provides a wide range of support to the firm’s attorneys and staff. Each day, Kenya is motivated by the opportunity to help our team and experience new and interesting challenges.
Kenya’s clients include a class of merchants bringing an action against American Express, municipalities seeking remedies to protect the health and well-being of their residents, and victims of data security breaches, among others.
Kenya also assists case teams in pro bono practices.
Howard University, Bachelor of Arts, 2005
Notary Public for the District of Columbia
- In re Domestic Airline Travel Antitrust Litigation - Alleging major airlines conspired to reduce capacity to artificially inflate the price of domestic air travel.
- In re American Express Anti-Steering Rules Antitrust Litigation - Hausfeld represents a class of merchant plaintiffs alleging that American Express’ Anti-Steering Rules, unreasonably restrain interbrand price competition among credit and charge card networks thereby affecting the two-sided market.
- In re Chicago Board Options Exchange Volatility Index Manipulation Antitrust Litigation – A multidistrict litigation class action lawsuit consolidated in the Northern District of Illinois alleging manipulation of the CBOE Volatility Index (“VIX”), known as the U.S. stock market’s “fear gauge.”
Environmental & Product Liability
- Suffolk County Water Authority v. The Dow Chemical Company et al. and Suffolk County Water Authority v. The 3M Company et al. – Kenya is the paralegal for these two case teams. The cases were filed on behalf of the largest public water supplier in the country against the manufacturers and distributors of products containing toxic chemicals for contamination of the local public drinking water.
Technology & Data Breach
- In re Equifax, Inc., Customer Data Security Breach Litigation - Hausfeld was appointed to serve on the Plaintiffs’ Steering Committee representing consumer plaintiffs where over 145 million Americans were impacted by one of the largest data breaches in history.