Kathryn Jordan Mims

White & Case (Washington)
Lawyer (Partner)

Kathryn Mims is an antitrust partner in the Firm’s Global Competition and Antitrust practice group, an award-winning practice that has been named Competition Group of the Year for the past six years by Law360. Kathryn’s practice focuses on complex commercial litigation and counseling clients in antitrust matters. Kathryn’s work often includes defending international corporations in large-scale, high-risk litigations, including class actions, opt out actions, and merger enforcement actions. Kathryn represents clients in antitrust disputes before state and federal courts across the country. She has extensive experience in every stage of litigation, from action inception, through dispositive motions, multi-jurisdictional discovery, settlement negotiations, and trial. Kathryn also has significant experience representing corporate and individual clients in commercial disputes. Kathryn has defended nationwide class actions involving allegations of fraud, violations of the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act ("RICO") and violations of state consumer protection acts, handling these matters through the Multidistrict Litigation ("MDL") process and achieving a favorable global settlement. She has represented individual clients in substantial banking fraud allegations, and she advises financial institution clients on a variety of banking and bank regulatory disputes. Kathryn has also been supportive of the Firm’s commitment to pro bono service; she has helped criminally convicted clients appeal unfair sentences and recently defended an indigent client in a white collar trial for campaign finance violations. She also represented the faculty of Sweet Briar College in a lawsuit against the school’s board of directors when the school threatened to permanently close, and achieved a settlement requiring the school to remain in operation. Ms. Mims began her White & Case career in the Firm’s New York office. Prior to joining the Firm, Ms. Mims was a Fellow with the Office of the Federal Public Defender in the Eastern District of Virginia, where she defended indigent clients in criminal matters ranging from drug offenses to international terrorism, piracy and campaign finance violations. During law school, Ms. Mims served on the Virginia Law and Business Review and was a Presiding Justice of the Moot Court Board.

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Articles

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Michael Mahaffey, Mark J. Gidley, Martin M. Toto, Kathryn Jordan Mims, Jaclyn Phillips, Trina Shek Rizzo The US DoJ issues a business review letter under the DOJ-FTC joint expedited COVID-19 competitor collaboration review procedures, blessing several medical supply companies to work together to produce and distribute equipment and medicine

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On April 4, 2020, the Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice issued its first Business Review Letter under the DOJ-FTC joint expedited COVID-19 competitor collaboration review procedures, blessing several medical supply companies to work together to produce and distribute personal (...)

Mark J. Gidley, Martin M. Toto, Kathryn Jordan Mims, Jaclyn Phillips, Trina Shek Rizzo, Michael Mahaffey The US DoJ issues its first business review letter under the DoJ-FTC expedited COVID-19 competitor collaboration review procedures, blessing several medical supply companies to work together to produce and distribute protective equipment

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On April 4, 2020, the Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice issued its first Business Review Letter under the DOJ-FTC joint expedited COVID-19 competitor collaboration review procedures, blessing several medical supply companies to work together to produce and distribute personal (...)

Michael Gallagher, Regina Loureiro, Allain Andry, Mark J. Gidley, Kathryn Jordan Mims, Noah A. Brumfield The US DoJ and State Attorney-General propose federal additions to the US Price Gouging Framework following the COVID-19 pandemic

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Price gouging enforcement has largely been left to the States with their patchwork of varying laws—laws that have been invoked sporadically in crises. While the COVID-19 crisis has reportedly led to increased state enforcement, the federal government has taken a larger role, including Justice (...)

Jaclyn Phillips, Trina Shek Rizzo, Kathryn Jordan Mims, Mark J. Gidley The US Senate passes the CARES Act as a response to the COVID-19 crisis and tackles numerous issues on several fronts to stabilise the economy

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The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security ("CARES") Act provides no modifications to, or relief from, the US antitrust laws (specifically, the Sherman Act, 15 U.S.C. §§ 1-38; Clayton Act, 15 U.S.C. § 12-27; and Robinson-Patman Act, 15 U.S.C. § 13). But some major businesses are forming (...)

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