CJ Pruski focuses on complex civil and criminal litigation. She has represented corporations and individuals in a broad range of substantive areas of litigation, including matters regarding the antitrust laws, securities laws, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, and traditional contract disputes, on both the plaintiff and defense side. CJ also has represented clients in government and internal investigations.
Born and raised in Idaho, CJ graduated from Duke University in 2006 and Columbia Law School in 2010, where she was a Managing Editor of the Columbia Law Review and a James Kent scholar. She joined Williams & Connolly in 2011 after clerking for Chief Judge Sidney R. Thomas on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.
Though all cases vary and none is predictive, CJ’s experience includes:
- Representing a pharmaceutical company in a variety of complex antitrust litigations.
- Representing a global company in a criminal investigation and related civil proceedings.
- Representing an individual in a lawsuit filed by the SEC.
- Representing a major private equity firm in a commercial contract dispute in Delaware Chancery Court.
- Representing a large vehicle manufacturer in a patent and contract dispute.
- Representing a pharmaceutical company in Hatch-Waxman litigation.