Shawna Bray Associate
Shawna Bray has substantial experience in antitrust regulation, regulatory counseling, and litigation for pharmaceutical clients. Before joining Stein Mitchell Beato & Missner LLP, she practiced at Arnold & Porter LLP from 2016 to 2019, as a litigation associate. She has represented corporations and individuals in a range of matters before state and federal courts and at arbitrations and mediations. Ms. Bray’s experience includes class action and antitrust litigation, as well as regulatory counseling and advocacy before regulatory agencies including the FTC, SEC, and FCC.
While at Arnold & Porter, Ms. Bray managed discovery and fact development in large pharmaceutical price-fixing litigation, advised clients on potential antitrust claims and liabilities, drafted trial and appellate briefs in a sham litigation matter, and contributed to a Federal Circuit amicus brief addressing the anticompetitive effects of patent litigation settlements and alleged “pay-for-delay” claims. She provided regulatory counseling to clients concerning potential agency enforcement and successfully advocated before federal agencies to resolve enforcement inquiries. She also drafted briefs and participated in oral arguments before the National Advertising Division and the National Advertising Review Board on appeal.
Prior to joining Arnold & Porter, Ms. Bray was an associate at Richards, Layton & Finger from 2013 to 2016, practicing Chancery litigation, antitrust litigation, securities fraud litigation, and representation for a special committee investigation relating to false claims act allegations.
Ms. Bray graduated from Northwestern University School of Law where she served as Notes and Comments Editor for the Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property. She served as Judicial Extern for Hon. Susan Pierson Sonderby, in the Northern District of Illinois Bankruptcy Court.
- District of Columbia
Northwestern University School of Law
Juris Doctor, May 2013
University of Iowa
Bachelor of Arts in German Humanities, December 2006