Kamilah Williams is a staff attorney at Cohen Milstein and a member of the Antitrust practice. She assists in discovery and evidentiary-related aspects of litigation and deposition preparation.
Prior to joining Cohen Milstein, Ms. Williams was a staff attorney at a highly regarded global defense law firm, where she organized and analyzed, among other things, custodial documents regarding antitrust violations, second requests, state and federal investigations, fraud, and various class actions, as well as conducted deposition, trial, hearing, merger and settlement preparations.
Ms. Williams is currently involved in these high-profile matters:
- In re Interest Rate Swaps Market Manipulation Litigation (S.D.N.Y.): Cohen Milstein is court appointed Co-Lead Counsel in this groundbreaking putative class action, charging 12 Wall Street banks with conspiring to engineer and maintain a collusive and anti-competitive stranglehold over the interest rate swaps market – one of the world’s biggest financial markets.
- Stock Lending Antitrust Litigation (S.D.N.Y.): Cohen Milstein is co-leading an antitrust class action alleging that major investment banks conspired to prevent the stock lending market from evolving by boycotting and interfering with various platforms and services designed to increase transparency and reduce costs in the stock lending market.
Ms. Williams earned her B.A. from Salisbury State University and her J.D. from Catholic University of America-Columbus School of Law.
While attending law school, Ms. Williams was a student attorney at Catholic University’s Columbus Community Legal Services, where she provided legal advice and counsel to disadvantaged individuals and families regarding domestic violence, adoption, special education issues, child support, disabilities and veteran claims.