VICTORIA ROMANENKO began her legal career at a Washington D.C. firm, where she represented clients in antitrust class actions and telecommunications litigation in federal courts and state agencies.
Ms. Romanenko is the co-author of Remediation and Deterrence: The Real Requirements of the Vindication Doctrine (2013) (publication forthcoming in George Washington Law Review) and co-author of a chapter in Private Enforcement of the Antitrust Law in the United States, Proposals for Reform (edited by Albert A. Foer and Randy M. Stutz) (2012).
Ms. Romanenko specializes in antitrust class action litigation, has practiced in numerous federal courts and has co-authored an amicus brief in the U.S. Supreme Court, on the topic of class action bars in arbitration agreements.
She is actively pursuing claims on behalf of auto dealers against component auto parts manufacturers in a Multidistrict Litigation centered in Detroit, In Re: Automotive Parts Antitrust Litigation.
Ms. Romanenko speaks Russian and French.