California Western School of Law – 2006 J.D.
University of Michigan – 1996
B.S.: Biopsychology & English
State Bar of California
United States District Court for the Southern District of California
Joy M. Sidhwa
Ms. Sidhwa concentrates on antitrust and other complex litigation for MoginRubin and leads the document discovery team. She is involved in many facets of litigation, including creative discovery strategy and expert and trial preparation. Based on her expertise and results, Ms. Sidhwa was named to the Best of the Bar by the San Diego Business Journal and received the 2018, 2019 and 2021 International Advisory Experts Award for Complex Litigation in California. She also received the Pan Asian Lawyers of San Diego’s President’s Award for Outstanding Service in 2009 and 2010 for her service to the Board of Directors and regularly volunteers in various community services. She continues to volunteer her time to the Filipino-American Lawyers of San Diego (Director), the University of Michigan Club of San Diego (Board of Governor), and the Lawyers Club North County Committee. In 2020, she was appointed to serve as Board of Director for the Women of Color in Law, she recently stepped down from that role and is currently serving as an Advisory Board member.
Ms. Sidhwa obtained her law degree from California Western School of Law and her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Michigan. Prior to joining MoginRubin, Ms. Sidhwa provided expertise to national law firms in electronic document discovery and trial preparation in patent infringement, trademark, complex securities litigation, and intellectual property.
Awards and Honors
San Diego Business Journal – Top 100 Leaders in Law – 2022
Mondaq Thought Leading Author – Antitrust/Competition Law – 2022
San Diego Business Journal – Women of Influence in Law – 2021
International Advisory Experts Award: Complex Litigation in California – 2018, 2019, 2021
San Diego Business Journal, “Best of the Bar 2017” – 2017
Pan Asian Lawyers of San Diego’s President’s Award for Outstanding Service – 2009, 2010
Containerboard Products Antitrust Litigation: Partial settlements $376 Million
ATM Surcharge Fee Antitrust Litigation
Circular Thermostat Antitrust Litigation: 78%
TFT-LCD (Flat Panel) Antitrust Litigation: $1.2 billion
Enforcers, Experts Discuss Tamping Down Anticompetitive Behavior in Bio Market During FDA/FTC Workshop – Author
Agencies’ Antitrust Suit Against Drug Maker Underscores Challenges of Bringing Biosimilars to Market – Author
FTC, FDA Team Up Against Anticompetitive Tactics in Biological Product Industry – Author
Getting Biosimilars to Market – Moderator