Winston & Strawn Partners Eva Cole and Heather Lamberg were recognized in the sixth edition of Global Competition Review's Women in Antitrust 2021, which celebrates over 130 female private practitioners, enforcers, in-house counsel, economists, and academics who deserve recognition for their outstanding careers.
Eva is co-chair of Winston's Antitrust/Competition Practice and focuses her practice on civil antitrust litigation, class actions, and international cartel investigations led by enforcement agencies around the world. She has helped clients navigate the difficult web of facing multiple, simultaneous government investigations around the world and has experience defending antitrust investigations brought by authorities in the United States, Australia, Brazil, Canada, the Czech Republic, Europe, Hungary, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Singapore, and New Zealand.
Heather is chair of Winston's Washington, D.C. Antitrust Practice, and has experience in a variety of antitrust matters, including monopolization, price-fixing, predatory pricing, bundling, tying, false advertising, unfair competition, and leveraging cases as well as merger challenges. She has experience handling worldwide internal investigations of cartel activity, and she frequently represents companies and individuals in criminal cartel cases before the U.S. Department of Justice.
"We could not be prouder of Eva and Heather for their recognition by GCR as two of the leading women in the antitrust world," says Winston's Antitrust and Competition Co-Chair Jeffrey Kessler. "Eva is the co-chair of our global antitrust practice and Heather is one of our most accomplished antitrust partners, female or male, with the ability to handle every type of antirust matter from a cartel investigation to a contested merger. Diversity and inclusion is a top priority for Winston, and we are honored that Eva and Heather are just two of the many female antitrust partners who enrich our practice."
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