Jonathan L. Lewis

Lowenstein Sandler (Washington)

Jonathan Lewis is an antitrust lawyer with experience representing clients in antitrust and commercial litigation matters and merger reviews. His antitrust experience also includes counseling clients on distribution and business matters. Practical yet creative, Jonathan approaches situations from a business perspective, developing solutions that will meet and sustain his clients’ corporate objectives. Jonathan has been described by Global Competition Review as an "up and coming antitrust lawyer" and "talented litigator" with "a particularly impressive background, having worked in economic consulting before law school." He was a regular contributor to BakerHostetler’s Antitrust Advocate blog, providing informative commentary on the latest antitrust developments.

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Lowenstein Sandler (Washington)


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Jonathan L. Lewis A U.S. Court of Appeals upholds that the theory of harm articulated by the FTC in hospital merger cases is fully applicable to physician acquisition cases and that the positive impact on competition of the claimed efficiencies must be clearly demonstrated (St. Luke’s Health System / Saltzer Medical)


“Oh help me, please doctor, I’m damaged”—What does the Future Hold for Hospital-Physician Acquisitions?* With the ink still drying on the Ninth Circuit’s opinion affirming the Idaho federal district court’s order requiring St. Luke’s Health System to unwind its acquisition of Saltzer Medical Group—a (...)

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