Joshua Prince is Discovery Counsel at the firm, and a member of the Antitrust practice group, having joined Cohen Milstein in 2009. In this role, Mr. Prince has focused on building expertise in the area of e-Discovery and of becoming a resource for the Antitrust practice. He is involved in all discovery-related matters for the practice: overseeing document review, document production and deposition preparation.

Currently, Mr. Prince is litigating the following notable matters:

  • Automotive Parts Antitrust Litigation: In re Automotive Parts Antitrust Litigation (E.D. Mich.), Cohen Milstein represents direct purchasers of wire harnesses, bearings and other automotive parts, who were overcharged as a result of price-fixing and bid-rigging conspiracies by various sets of defendants throughout the automotive parts industry for more than a decade. The litigation follows a U.S. Department of Justice price-fixing and bid-rigging investigation into auto parts manufacturers. Mr. Prince is overseeing a team of lawyers who are reviewing documents, and is coordinating deposition preparation. 

Mr. Prince has helped litigate the following successes:

  • Northeastern Dairy Antitrust Litigation: Cohen Milstein is co-lead counsel in a class action lawsuit on behalf of Northeast dairy farmers against Dairy Farmers of America (DFA) and Dean Foods Company charging a conspiracy to reduce competition for raw milk and that DFA monopolized the milk market in the Northeast, forcing dairy farmers to market their milk through DFA or its affiliate Dairy Marketing Services (DMS). Defendant Dean Foods Company settled for $30 million, and Defendant Dairy Farmers of America has settled for $50 million pending final approval by the Court.
  • Plasma-Derivative Protein Therapies Antitrust Litigation: $128 million settlement. Cohen Milstein was co-lead counsel for direct purchaser plaintiffs alleging a conspiracy to reduce the supply and increase prices of IVIG and Albumin, life-saving therapies derived from blood plasma.

Mr. Prince graduated from The College of William and Mary in 2004 with a B.A. in International Relations, and received his J.D. from Villanova University School of Law in 2009.