California Lawyers Association Appoints Jonathan Levine to Antitrust & Unfair Competition Law Executive Committee

October 3, 2020 – Pritzker Levine LLP is pleased to announce that firm partner, Jonathan K. Levine, has been appointed to the executive committee of the California Lawyers Association’s (CLA) Antitrust & Unfair Competition Law Section.  Previously the Sections of the State Bar of California, the CLA is dedicated to the professional advancement of lawyers practicing in the state of California, with more than 60,000 attorney members.

The Antitrust & Unfair Competition Law Section furthers knowledge of its over 1,300 members on antitrust, unfair competition and trade regulation law.  Through its substantive treatisejournale-publications, CLE programs, and live events and webinars – including the pre-eminent Golden State Institute – the Section provides cutting-edge perspectives on legal developments in California and federal antitrust and UCL laws that affect California consumers, businesses, and practitioners.  The Section recently launched a Diversity & Inclusion Fellowship to provide training, mentorship, and career opportunities for students from underrepresented groups in the legal profession, increase interest in antitrust and unfair competition law, and promote the work of the Section.

In his newly-appointed role, Jonathan will head up mentorship and membership efforts, among other tasks.

Jonathan Levine is a co-founding partner of Pritzker Levine, where he represents investors, multi-national corporations, small businesses, whistleblowers and consumers in individual, derivative, and class action litigation. Jonathan has more than 30 years of experience prosecuting complex securities fraud, business, antitrust, and consumer class action litigation in state and federal courts.

About Pritzker Levine

Pritzker Levine LLP is national litigation firm with offices in California and New York. The firm serves corporate clients, public entities, pension funds, small businesses, nonprofit groups, labor unions, whistleblowers and injured persons in cases involving antitrust violations, securities fraud and derivative claims, commercial disputes, consumer protection, financial wrongdoing, employment law and personal injuries.