anna pletcher who is an antitrust government lawyer

by Maybelle Thiel 10 min read

Anna Pletcher is an experienced litigator and former federal prosecutor who represents clients on a broad range of civil and criminal antitrust issues, as well as sensitive white collar and corporate investigations.

Where is Anna Pletcher?

Anna Pletcher is a former federal prosecutor and law professor at UC Berkeley and UC Hastings. The daughter of Puerto Rican immigrants and first in her family to attend college, Anna graduated from Yale College and Berkeley Law. Anna lives in Mill Valley with her husband of 20 years and her three children, who attend Marin public schools.

What is Anna a prosecutor?

Anna served as a federal prosecutor for ten years fighting white collar crime. As a Trial Attorney for the United States Department of Justice Antitrust Division, she investigated and prosecuted a variety of complex cases, including price fixing, bid rigging, market manipulation, fraud, and money laundering. Anna also served as a Special Assistant United States Attorney in the Major Crimes unit in San Francisco, California. Anna received the Assistant Attorney General’s Award in 2014, 2011, and 2007 for her outstanding work as a prosecutor.

What did Anna do in the foreclosure case?

As part of the President’s Financial Fraud Enforcement Task Force, Anna led an investigation into bid rigging and fraud at home foreclosure auctions in San Joaquin County, California. Eleven real estate investors pleaded guilty. They were ordered to pay over $6 million in fines and restitution, and seven were sentenced to prison terms. Anna led the trial team that convicted two additional real estate investors of rigging bids on foreclosed homes.

What is Anna's job?

As Assistant Chief of the United States Department of Justice, Antitrust Division San Francisco Office, Anna was responsible for managing a unit of 25 attorneys and 10 support staff. She was involved in all aspects of management, including training, staffing, personnel issues, and budgeting. Anna travelled monthly to Washington, DC for a nine-month leadership training program administered by the Department of Justice, and worked closely with a personal executive coach to hone her management skills.

Is ALMA a non profit?

ALMA was founded in 2013 as a non-profit unincorporated association of Marin attorneys . ALMA is dedicated to mentoring Latino students, facilitating pro bono services to needy Latino communities in Marin, and supporting the cultural values, economic interests and social dignity of the Latino community.

What is YMCA Marin County?

The YMCA Marin County Youth Court is an alternative to the traditional juvenile justice system. Based on the principals of restorative justice Youth Court empowers teens to take an active role in addressing and supporting their peers when they have made a poor choice. Restorative practices focus on learning from mistakes rather than being punished. The goal is to repair the harm done and the relationships impacted, so the youth may return to the community as more reflective and wiser person...