US Department of Justice (Washington)

Karina Lubell

US Department of Justice (Washington)
Attorney Advisor, Competition Policy & Advocacy Section, Antitrust Division

Ms. Lubell has more than six years experience as an associate in the Antitrust Group of Shearman & Sterling, where she defended clients in merger investigations before the U.S. antitrust agencies. While at Shearman & Sterling, Ms. Lubell also advised clients on various antitrust matters related to price fixing, joint ventures and Hart-Scott-Rodino Act compliance. She has represented clients from a wide variety of industries, including media, technology, financial services, manufacturing and automotive parts.

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203 Bulletin

Beau W. Buffier, Heather Lamberg Kafele, Karina Lubell, Mark Lanpher, Steve L. Camahort The US FTC clears a merger between the two most-visited online home shopping sites in the US without conditions (Zillow / Trulia)


In a ruling on February 13, the FTC unconditionally approved the Zillow-Trulia merger after an intensive six-month antitrust review. Despite reported concerns “that the merger might concentrate too much power in one company,” the FTC ultimately decided to “bless” the Zillow-Trulia combination. (...)

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