Karma Giulianelli is a partner at Bartlit Beck Herman Palenchar & Scott LLP in Denver. She serves as trial counsel in high-profile matters throughout the United States. Her work spans a broad range of complex civil litigation, including representing some of the nation’s largest companies in their most high stakes securities, antitrust, contract, and product liability matters. She has handled antitrust, securities, RICO, contract, and other civil cases for clients as varied as Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Co.; the Canadian Government; I.E. DuPont de Nemours & Company; Tyco International Ltd.; Hewlett-Packard; and Sabre-Holdings Inc.
Karma also provides regular antitrust counseling to companies throughout the United States.
Karma joined Bartlit Beck in 1999 after she served on the United States v. Microsoft trial team for the Department of Justice. Prior to joining Bartlit Beck, she was a trial lawyer in the Honors Program at the Antitrust Division of the United States Department of Justice. Karma was a member of the team investigating Microsoft's Internet-related conduct in 1996. After participating in the October 1997 case against Microsoft alleging violations of the Consent Decree, she continued as a member of the core trial team in United States v. Microsoft, which was filed in May 1998.
Karma attended Stanford Law School from which she graduated Order of the Coif and Magna Cum Laude. In 2010 Karma was named one of Colorado's Top Women Lawyers. In 2010 and 2011, Colorado Super Lawyers recognized Karma as one of Colorado's "Rising Stars".
Karma has three daughters and takes the most pride in watching them grow.