Lisa Danzig’s practice focuses on the full range of antitrust matters, including merger review, litigation, criminal investigations, and antitrust counseling.
Lisa joined the firm in 2013.
Whirlpool Corporation in the sale of its Embraco refrigeration compressors business to Nidec Corporation for $1.08 billion.
Family Dollar in its $9.3 billion acquisition by Dollar Tree and its rejection of Dollar General’s hostile tender offer on antitrust grounds.
The Coca-Cola Company in several transactions, including the sale of its U.S. bottling operations to a network of regional bottlers.
Stanley Black & Decker in its $690 million acquisition of International Equipment Solutions Attachments Group.
Meda AB in its $9.9 billion acquisition by Mylan.
Litigation and Investigations
Keurig Green Mountain in multiparty monopolization litigation in the Southern District of New York; includes the defense of five complaints brought against Keurig by two competitors, two purported classes, and an individual purchaser, as well as Keurig’s pursuit of counterclaims against a competitor alleging violation of the Lanham Act and various state laws for unfair competition through false and misleading advertising or promotion.
Mallinckrodt in connection with FTC monopolization investigation involving the acquisition of an alleged nascent competitor.
NSK in numerous class action price-fixing cases in Michigan relating to the automotive parts industry.
Deutsche Post’s DHL Global Forwarding business in defending against a purported class action (now settled) alleging a conspiracy to fix surcharges and fees in the freight forwarding industry.
A major financial institution in global investigations into FX trading.
- Member, Young Lawyer Task Force, ABA Antitrust Section, 2021-present
- Co-Reporter, ABA Antitrust Section Presidential Transition Report, 2020-2021
- Counsel to the Section Chair, ABA Antitrust Law Section, 2019-2020
- Counsel to the Section Chair-Elect, ABA Antitrust Law Section, 2018-2019
- Young Lawyer Representative, Joint Conduct Committee, ABA Antitrust Law Section, 2017-2018