Jodie Williams is senior associate at Mogin Law Firm. Her litigation practice focuses on antitrust, unfair competition, consumer protection and complex business litigation in federal and state court. Prior to joining The Mogin Law Firm, P.C., Ms. Williams worked as an associate with a prominent Southern California law firm focusing on complex business litigation. She represented clients before the Orange County, Los Angeles, and San Diego Superior Courts as well as in the Southern District of California. Ms. Williams was also a Staff Attorney with the Federal Trade Commission, Bureau of Competition, from 2006 to 2011. There, she investigated and litigated mergers, acquisitions, and anticompetitive practices in a wide array of industries, with an emphasis in the oil and gas industry. Some of her investigations included acquisitions involving petroleum products pipelines, bulk petroleum products storage terminals, transportation and storage of natural gas, national travel centers, and the sale of home improvement products. Ms. Williams also investigated oil and gas industry pricing practices at the request of Congress. Representative matters include In the Matter of Pilot Corporation, et al. (FTC 2010); In the Matter of CRH plc et al. (FTC 2009); and FTC v. Paul L. Foster, et al. (D.N.M. 2007; FTC 2007). Ms. Williams is an active member of the California Bar Association and the American Bar Association, and regularly contributes to the ABA Section of Antitrust Law Annual Review of Antitrust Law Developments.
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