Julie B. Rubenstein

Julie Rubenstein is an Associate at Wilkinson Walsh + Eskovitz. Julie’s practice focuses on complex civil litigation, including securities fraud litigation, antitrust litigation, breach of contract actions, class action litigation, and internal corporate investigations. She represents both individual and corporate clients in federal and state courts and before government agencies. Julie is also committed to serving the community and has represented multiple clients on a pro bono basis, including successful representation in an asylum matter. Before joining Wilkinson Walsh + Eskovitz, Julie practiced at Baker Botts LLP.

Notable Matters

  • Member of the trial team in Liberty Media Corp. et al. v. Vivendi Universal, S.A. et al. (S.D.N.Y. 2013), which culminated in a €765 million jury verdict for Liberty, finding Vivendi liable for breach of warranty and securities fraud.
  • Represented a telecommunications company in a patent infringement suit relating to mobile phone technology.
  • Represented a Fortune 500 company in litigation involving claims of breach of contract.
  • Represented a truck component manufacturer in antitrust conspiracy class action.

Publications

  • “Re-Examining the Sentencing Guidelines for Federal Securities Fraud Cases,” 89 BNA Criminal Law Reporter 833 (2011) (Alexandra M. Walsh and Andrew George, co-authors).
  • “The ‘Chief’ Problem With Reciprocal Discovery Under Rule 16,” The Champion, September/October 2010 (Sara Kropf, Andrew George & William C. Cleveland, co-authors).
  • “Fraud on the Global Market: U.S. Courts Don’t Buy It; Subject-Matter Jurisdiction in F-Cubed Securities Class Actions,” 95 Cornell Law Review 627 (2010).

Education

  • Undergraduate: New York University, 2005; Phi Beta Kappa, summa cum laude.
  • Law: Cornell Law School, J.D., 2010; Managing Editor, Cornell Law Review.