Jonathan L. Lewis has joined Lowenstein Sandler as a partner in the firm’s Antitrust & Trade Regulation practice group. He will be based in the firm’s Washington, DC, office.
Lewis is a seasoned antitrust and competition lawyer serving clients in diverse sectors, including manufacturing, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, health care, and technology. He advises clients regarding the management of their day-to-day business risks, counsels on corporate transactions, and provides litigation defense.
Known for providing substantive antitrust analysis of proposed transactions, Lewis provides counsel on a range of issues, including merger review and pre-merger integration planning, distribution and franchising, and other business practices. He also represents clients before federal and state antitrust enforcement authorities in the course of investigations concerning distribution practices and pre- and post-merger review.
“I was attracted to Lowenstein’s commitment to growth and its entrepreneurial spirit,” says Lewis. “The depth of its experience in antitrust and global trade law, in addition to the strength of its transactional and litigation practices here in D.C. and throughout the firm, enables the lawyers to serve clients at the highest possible level. Not only do they have a demonstrated record of success,” he added, “but also they are a group of people who I know I will enjoy building relationships with. So will clients across the nation and around the world.”
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