Kaj Rozga, a former Federal Trade Commission (FTC) attorney with extensive experience in both government and private practice, has joined Davis Wright Tremaine’s (DWT) antitrust practice as counsel in its New York office. He has reunited with DWT partners and former FTC attorneys Douglas Litvack and Christopher Renner, adding complementary expertise to the firm’s antitrust capabilities.
Kaj brings more than a decade of significant experience handling US antitrust matters, international cross-border transactions, and international cartel investigations and follow-on damages suits. He joins DWT from bpv Hügel in Vienna, Austria, where he represented international clients in various European competition law matters, including mergers and acquisitions, dispute resolution, and tech counseling. Kaj also previously practiced at Weil, Gotshal & Manges, where he managed complex civil litigation, defended companies and individuals in criminal cartel matters, and provided M&A and other antitrust counseling.
“Kaj’s trial and investigations experience at the FTC and in private practice, combined with his international tech background, make him a valuable addition to our growing antitrust practice,” said Douglas Litvack, head of DWT’s antitrust practice. “As antitrust litigation grows in prominence and complexity, we’re excited to add Kaj to our deep bench of nationally known antitrust lawyers.”
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