Ms. Scarlett is a graduate of Stanford Law School and a partner in Hagens Berman’s Berkeley office. One of the founding members of Hagens Berman’s Berkeley office eleven years ago, Ms. Scarlett has played an active role in many of the large antitrust MDLs litigated by her firm, including the In re EBooks Antitrust Litigation in the Southern District of New York which resulted in compensation to consumers of $566 million – twice the damages estimated to have been suffered by the class. The EBooks litigation has become a model for automatic distribution and electronic notice to millions of consumers. Ms. Scarlett was a member of the settlement team, along with representatives of the State Attorneys General from Connecticut, Ohio and Texas, overseeing both the notice and distribution programs.
Ms. Scarlett frequently represents indirect purchasers in large MDLs, including In re Optical Disk Drive Antitrust Litigation, a case where Hagens Berman acts as sole lead counsel on behalf of the indirect purchaser class, resulting in settlements of $205 million. Ms. Scarlett is one of the team litigating the In re Lithium Ion Batteries Antitrust Litigation, currently pending before Judge Gonzalez Rogers in the Northern District of California where recovery has totaled $64 million to date for the indirect purchaser class. Ms. Scarlett is one of the handful of lead counsel who have negotiated the production of worldwide transactional data, custodial productions, and subpoenaed over 100 third parties for documents and data for use by expert economists. Ms. Scarlett was also a member of the Animation Workers litigation team, resulting in recovery of nearly $169 million for the class of workers harmed through defendants’ not to solicit each other employees’ and coordination of compensation policies.
Ms. Scarlett is one of the team at Hagens Berman representing the end-user consumer class in the In re Broiler Chicken Antitrust Litigation, pending in the Northern District of Illinois alleging collusion amongst the broiler producers, and the Duryea v. Agri Stats, Inc., et al. litigation, alleging collusion amongst pork integrators.