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US: Antitrust partner heads to McGuireWoods

 |  November 29, 2016

A US antitrust and trade lawyer has brought significant experience to McGuireWoods in the US capital.

McGuireWoods has recruited Jonathan Lewis to its Washington, DC antitrust and trade regulation department from BakerHostetler.

Lewis brings significant experience of contentious competition work, advising on litigation, merger reviews and risk management to the Richmond, Virginia-headquartered firm.

He began his career with nearly 13 years at Mayer Brown, beginning in 1999 and earning a promotion to partner in 2007, before joining BakerHostetler in May 2012.

Lewis handles disputes, including class actions, in matters such as price-fixing, tying, exclusive dealing, predatory pricing and monopolisation. He has worked on mergers in the healthcare, life science, information technology and industrial equipment industries, appearing before federal and state authorities, and has also advised on distribution and general business issues.

Chair of the department Amy Manning, described Lewis in a statement as “a highly respected antitrust lawyer who has built strong relationships with clients across a wide range of industries”.

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