Tammy Imhoff is a member of the Litigation Department, with a focus on complex litigation including intellectual property, products liability, and antitrust matters. Tammy works throughout the litigation process to achieve outcomes that favor our clients’ immediate as well as long-term interests. In addition to her litigation practice, Tammy regularly counsels clients on antitrust risks associated with their business undertakings and finds ways to minimize such risks and defend against allegations of anticompetitive behavior. Tammy has represented clients in a variety of industries, including consumer products, the mining industry, commercial real estate, manufacturing and healthcare. In all of her representations, Tammy strives to understand the business objectives of our clients and ensure that her advice helps forward those objectives while protecting the company’s interests.
Prior to joining the firm, Tammy served as an attorney for the Federal Trade Commission in Washington, DC where she oversaw investigations of complex multimillion dollar transactions. She investigated the competitive impact of mergers and acquisitions in fields including consumer products, pharmaceuticals, medical devices, defense industries, energy, and industrial gases. Her practice also included legal strategy and investigative planning, economic analysis and contract negotiations.
Tammy uses her experience with the FTC to counsel the firm's clients on Hart-Scott-Rodino Act reportability of proposed transactions, as well as prepare them for investigations before government agencies including the Federal Trade Commission and the Department of Justice's Antitrust Division. She also helps clients train their employees to recognize and avoid antitrust risk areas and conducts audits of antitrust compliance policies.
Tammy has also helped our corporate clients with mergers and acquisitions, contract review and preparation, forming new businesses, and general corporate governance matters.