Lori Lustrin Appointed Vice-Chair of ABA Antitrust Law Committee

Press Release
June 15, 2016

MIAMI, FL – Bilzin Sumberg is pleased to announce that Litigation Associate Lori Lustrin was appointed Vice-Chair of the American Bar Association (ABA) Young Lawyers Division Antitrust Law Committee for the 2016-2017 year. This follows her term as a Young Lawyer Representative on the ABA's Antitrust Law Membership and Diversity Committee from August 2015 through August 2016.

The Antitrust Law Committee provides young lawyers and law students interested in antitrust law an opportunity to network, share ideas, discuss pressing issues, learn about the finer points of antitrust law, and access a number of ABA antitrust resources.

Lori’s practice focuses on antitrust and federal multidistrict class actions, representing clients through trial and appeal in Florida and federal courts across the country. Her substantial experience in a broad range of complex business litigation matters has led to her recognition by several publications, including the Daily Business Review in 2014 as a Most Effective Lawyer in Corporate Securities and being named a Florida Rising Star by Florida Super Lawyers for the last four years.

In addition to her legal work, Lori has been actively involved in the Miami-Dade Special Olympics, where she has served on the Executive Committee since 2009. Lori is also a member of the Mount Sinai Medical Center Foundation.

Lori's term as Vice-Chair of the American Bar Association (ABA) Young Lawyers Division Antitrust Law Committee begins in August 2016.

About Bilzin Sumberg

Bilzin Sumberg is a commercial law firm with extensive experience in the areas of Business Finance & Restructuring, Corporate, Environmental, International, Land Development & Government Relations, Litigation, Real Estate and Tax. For more information, please visit bilzin.com.

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