Jaclyn Phillips is a senior associate in the White & Case Washington office. Jaclyn guides clients through all stages of high-risk litigation and is often a core member of teams defending large-scale class actions. In particular, leading global pharmaceutical companies rely on Jaclyn’s experience at the cutting edge of antitrust and intellectual property. She also works on appeals for clients, including before the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals. In addition to her litigation work, Jaclyn has an active antitrust counseling practice, advising clients on novel competition issues that require executable business solutions. Clients in various industries, including pharmaceuticals, technology, airlines, and food and beverage, have turned to her for counseling on a range of competition issues. Jaclyn is committed to pro bono matters at the firm, with a particular focus on immigration matters. She has successfully helped her clients obtain asylum in the United States. Jaclyn is a well-known author on timely and developing antitrust issues, including on emerging issues in the technology sector. She is a frequent host of the ABA Antitrust Law Section’s podcast Our Curious Amalgam, where she leads discussions with accomplished guests. She currently serves as a Vice Chair of the Podcast Programming Administrative Committee. Jaclyn graduated from Georgetown University Law Center cum laude in 2013, where she served as an Articles & Notes Editor on the American Criminal Law Review.