Catherine Koh Stillman is a partner in the Firm's Antitrust & Competition Practice Group. She is global co-lead of the Firm's Competition Litigation Task Force. Catherine is the leader of the New York office's BakerWomen Initiative and is a member of the BakerWomen Steering Committee. She serves on the New York office's Associate Recruiting Committee. Catherine has mentored numerous associates throughout her career at Baker McKenzie, and has maintained an active pro bono practice, focusing primarily on advocacy issues related to children and public international law. Catherine has extensive experience representing companies in government investigations and private litigations. Her work has encompassed all areas of antitrust including cutting-edge federal antitrust class actions, criminal and civil investigations, merger clearance, vertical distribution issues, competitor collaborations, monopolization, and counseling clients on how to manage antitrust risk in daily business activities. Catherine's antitrust practice spans a wide variety of industries, including, in particular, technology, healthcare, fashion and luxury goods, rail, automotive, and financial services. She is admitted to practice in New York and California.