Senior associate Jasmeet K. Ahuja, a member of the Hogan Lovells Philadelphia Litigation practice, has been named a Legal Intelligencer Lawyer on the Fast Track.
Honourees are acknowledged for their influence in their practice areas in Pennsylvania and beyond, through their development of the law, strong leadership qualities, expertise in litigation or transactional work, contributing to the improvement of their institutions, and committing themselves to pro bono, charitable, and professional volunteer work.
Jasmeet leverages her time spent working as an engineer in the heart of our government’s national security apparatus, bringing both substantive and practical experience to her practice. From navigating the difficult terrain that follows a cyber security incident to advising on the development of secure software applications, she works with start-ups and Fortune 500 companies alike. She also counsels companies facing complex antitrust investigations, leveraging her background in government to proactively advise clients on the most efficient way to address regulator questions.
Jasmeet also maintains an active pro bono practice, working closely with local and state governments on gun regulation reform and immigrant rights, playing a key role in the landmark City of Philadelphia v. Attorney General of the United States of America case.
Her work highlights include:
- Defending Viatris (formerly Mylan Pharmaceuticals) against allegations in civil litigation brought by fifty-three states, territories, and the District of Columbia alleging that Viatris and over 20 other generics pharmaceuticals manufacturers engaged in price-fixing and market allocation. The allegations span over a decade and relate to over 130 generic drugs, and complaints have been consolidated in an multidistrict litigation in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania;
- Represented Anthem in its high-profile data breach multidistrict litigation (100+ consolidated class actions) and related regulatory inquiries;
- Led the trial team in the landmark City of Philadelphia v. Attorney General of the United States of America, successfully challenging the Department of Justice’s attempt to crack down on “sanctuary city” policies enacted by the City of Philadelphia.