Crowell & Moring has expanded its antitrust bench with the addition of Stefan Meisner, a first-chair defense litigator with extensive transactional and criminal antitrust investigations experience. Meisner joins as a partner in the Antitrust and Competition Group and brings more than two decades of experience representing Fortune 500 companies in significant, cross-jurisdictional antitrust matters.
Meisner defends corporations in high-stakes antitrust matters and criminal antitrust investigations. His practice focuses on complex, multi-district class action litigation alleging Sherman Act violations, US Department of Justice investigations, merger investigations, and intellectual property issues. In addition, Meisner crafts global strategies for addressing cartel prosecutions and defenses, from the inception of government investigations to the initiation of civil class action and opt-out litigation in a variety of jurisdictions.
“In addition to being a top-notch civil antitrust litigator, Stefan is an exceptionally well-rounded antitrust lawyer who can lead M&A transactions and guide clients in complex criminal antitrust matters,” said Philip T. Inglima, chair of Crowell & Moring. “Stefan is a great strategic fit as the firm and our clients continue to grow internationally. A significant focus of his practice is advising clients on aspects of their global expansion, including strategies for addressing cartel prosecutions and defenses and tailored compliance counseling.”
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