Anna has particular proficiency in:
- Antitrust disputes and investigations
- Anticompetitive conduct
- Government enforcement
- Patent and copyright litigation
U.S. Department of Justice
As a trial attorney with the Telecommunications and Broadband Section of the DOJ’s Antitrust Division, Anna represented the United States in civil antitrust investigations and enforcement actions, chiefly in the areas of media, telecommunications and technology. During that time, she led a team of attorneys and economists in an investigation of a proposed merger between two software companies. She was a member of the trial team seeking to block a $108 billion merger of the largest video distributor in the U.S. and the nation’s largest content provider, during which she second-chaired multiple trial examinations. Anna was also part of the team that successfully obtained a consent decree in a case involving information-sharing among video distribution competitors.
In a previous life, Anna was a programmer analyst for General Mills. She later worked as a summer associate for Covington & Burling LLP and Fenwick & West LLP. After law school, Anna served as a term law clerk for the Hon. Raymond C. Clevenger III in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.