Leiv Blad

Lowenstein Sandler (Washington)
Lawyer (Partner)

Leiv represents clients in complex antitrust investigations and litigation, including matters involving price fixing and monopolization. In addition, he has extensive experience handling class actions, multiparty litigation, and mergers and acquisitions. Leiv has argued matters before federal and state courts, the Federal Trade Commission, and the Department of Justice, among other administrative agencies. His experience ranges across industries and he is particularly well-versed in defending clients in the pharmaceutical and financial services industries, both of which have been the subject of government scrutiny for pricing practices. He is known for his ability to wade through dense statutes and contradictory guidance to achieve success for his clients in government and private antitrust matters. A leader among his peers, Leiv was a partner at three global firms before joining Lowenstein Sandler. He recently served as co-chair of the antitrust, competition, and trade regulation practice at one global firm.

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Lowenstein Sandler (Washington)
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Zarema Jaramillo, Leiv Blad, Jeffrey Blumenfeld The US DoJ and FTC warn companies and would-be scammers that they will use their consumer protection and competition enforcement powers to go after anyone trying to take advantage of the COVID-19 outbreak


COVID-19: The Reaction of U.S. Antitrust Agencies* COVID-19 has impacted nearly every aspect of American life right now, and there are myriad legal issues companies are facing from the pandemic’s fallout. These include antitrust considerations, ranging from potentially criminal conduct to (...)

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