Paula Garrett Lin is a litigator and a member of the firm’s Antitrust & Competition practice. She represents financial institutions and corporations in a variety of industries in complex commercial litigation, arbitrations, and government investigations and enforcement proceedings. Paula’s civil and criminal antitrust experience includes defending against claims of monopolization, bid-rigging and other conspiracies in restraint of trade. She has also counseled clients including technology firms, pharmaceutical companies, and trade associations on antitrust matters. In addition to her antitrust background, Paula has litigated numerous commercial disputes, as well as securities and bankruptcy law matters. She has experience handling all phases of litigation and has successfully tried cases in federal court.
Paula originally joined Mayer Brown in 2003. Prior to joining Mayer Brown, she clerked for Judge R. Barclay Surrick of the US District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania following her graduation from the University of Pennsylvania Law School.