Han Cui focuses her practice on complex antitrust litigation. She has experience advocating for clients on both sides of the “v” and in every phase of litigation and alternative dispute resolution. Her clients come from a wide array of industries, including health care, fashion, technology and manufacturing.
Han’s broad litigation experience goes beyond antitrust, as she has represented clients in breach of contract, trade secret, non-compete, employment and insurance disputes. She also has a robust pro bono practice, including serving as lead trial counsel for a Section 1983 case, where she argued and defeated defendants’ summary judgment motions, and won $15,000 for her client in a seven-day jury trial in federal court.
During law school, Han was an associate editor for the University of Illinois Law Review, president of the Asian American Law Students Association and a law school liaison for the Illinois Supreme Court Commission on Professionalism.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Han Cui