A partner in the Litigation Department at Paul, Weiss, Jacqui Rubin handles a broad range of complex commercial litigation matters, including antitrust litigations and antitrust and securities class actions, regulatory and internal investigations, bankruptcy litigation and other complex business disputes.
Jacqui has substantial experience in antitrust law. She has represented clients in regulatory investigations arising out of major transactions, multi-defendant direct and indirect purchaser antitrust class actions, and other significant disputes between competitors. Her most recent clients for antitrust matters include Time Warner Cable, Becton Dickinson and Giorgio Foods.
Jacqui also specializes in bankruptcy litigation, having represented bondholder and creditor committees and debtors in numerous chapter 11 cases and contested restructuring transactions. Her recent clients in the bankruptcy and insolvency context include public and private companies in the financial services, metals and mining and oil and gas industries.
Jacqui has experience in other types of complex commercial litigation, including securities, contract disputes and malpractice actions. In addition to her practice in federal and state courts across the country, she has handled domestic and international arbitrations, and internal and regulatory investigations.
Jacqui is very active in the community and in pro bono work. Recently, she handled several cases and appeals on behalf of unaccompanied children seeking to secure lawful permanent residence in the United States. Jacqui is also a member of the Board of Directors of Mobilization for Justice, which offers free legal help to low-income New Yorkers.
Jacqui co-chairs Paul, Weiss’s Professional Responsibility Committee. She was recently recognized by Law360 as one of four “Rising Stars” nationally in the health industry for her work on behalf of pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturing companies. She is also recognized by The Legal 500 US as a leading lawyer in the antitrust area.