Jonathan Lewis is an antitrust lawyer that has represented clients in antitrust and commercial litigation matters and merger reviews.
Jonathan’s antitrust experience includes counseling clients on issues involving distribution matters (including franchising) and other business practices, substantive merger review and pre-merger integration planning, as well as litigating claims of price fixing, exclusive dealing, tying, monopolization and attempted monopolization. He has represented clients before federal and state antitrust enforcement authorities in the course of investigations concerning distribution practices and pre- and post-merger review. Jonathan also has litigated and counseled on behalf of clients involved in breach of contract, implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing, tortious interference, trade secrets and state franchise law. His commercial litigation experience includes emergency litigation (i.e., TRO hearings), preliminary injunction hearings and trials on the merits.
Jonathan is a regular contributor to BakerHostetler’s Antitrust Advocate blog, providing informative commentary on the latest antitrust developments.
Prior to becoming a lawyer, Jonathan was associated with MiCRA, Inc., an antitrust and regulatory economic consulting firm located in Washington, D.C. (1994 to 1996). He is a member of several American Bar Association Antitrust Section committees and is a former Chairman of the Illinois State Bar Association Antitrust & Unfair Competition Law Section Council.
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