Caroline C. Corbitt is an associate attorney with a practice that encompasses a wide range of complex commercial litigation, including antitrust, privacy, consumer protection, and business litigation.
Caroline has been active in the firm’s prosecution of In re Google RTB Consumer Privacy Litigation (a class action alleging that Google account holders’ personal information is improperly sold and disseminated by Google to thousands of companies through Google’s proprietary RTB advertising auction process); Wood Mountain Fish LLC, et al, v. Mowi ASA (representing an indirect purchaser plaintiff class in a multi-state antitrust class action alleging price fixing by the major producers of farm-raised salmon and salmon products); In re Google Play Store Antitrust Litigation (an antitrust class action alleging that Google has an unlawful monopoly over the market for the distribution of apps through the Android OS through its Play Store); In re HIV Antitrust Litigation (a class action lawsuit against drug manufacturers Gilead, Johnson & Johnson and Bristol-Meyers Squibb, for allegedly knowingly colluding to raise the price of anti-HIV drugs, and wrongfully raising the price of treatment for the one million people in the United States living with HIV); Hubbard v. Google LLC (a nationwide class action on behalf of minor children alleging that Google, YouTube and certain other companies that advertise content on YouTube illegally tracked and collected personal information and persistent identifiers for minor children viewing children’s content on YouTube); and Corcoran v. CVS Pharmacy, Inc. (a class action on behalf of insured consumers who were allegedly overcharged at CVS pharmacies for their generic prescription drugs). With partner Jonathan K. Levine, Caroline also currently represents business owners in litigation and arbitration for breach of contract and fraud in connection with the sale of their cannabis businesses.
Prior to joining Pritzker Levine, Caroline worked for four years as an associate attorney at Gibbs Law Group LLP. While there, she worked on numerous class action lawsuits that received widespread national media coverage, including In re Anthem, Inc. Data Breach Privacy Litigation; In re Wells Fargo Collateral Protection Insurance Litigation; and Fero v. Excellus Health Plan, Inc.
During law school, Caroline was a summer extern for the Honorable Laurel Beeler, Magistrate Judge of the United States District Court, Northern District of California. She also completed externships at the Federal Trade Commission and the California Department of Justice, Antitrust Division.
- University of Southern California, J.D.
- Harvard University, B.A.
- United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
- United States District Courts for the Northern, Central, and Southern Districts of California
- Northern California “Rising Star”
- Senior Editor, The California Antitrust and Unfair Competition Law Treatise
- California Lawyers Association
- American Association for Justice
- Author, Monopsony and Its Impact on Wages and Employment: Past and Future Merger Review, Competition – The Journal of the Antitrust, UCL and Privacy Section of the California Lawyers Association (Fall 2019)
- Co-Author, Will Ratepayers Or Shareholders Pay For California Fires?, Law360 (Jan. 10, 2018)