Lisl Dunlop has 30 years of experience in antitrust and competition issues, including counseling, litigation, and transactions. Lisl guides clients through the antitrust-related aspects of mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures and other combinations, counsels on sales and distribution issues, represents clients in antitrust agency investigations, and has represented major corporations in complex antitrust litigations. Lisl’s clients include leading US and multinational companies in a broad range of industries, notably the technology, life sciences, and healthcare sectors. Notable representations include VMware’s acquisition by Broadcom, Tuft’s Health Care in its combination with Harvard Pilgrim; Columbia Care in its acquisitions of The Green Solution and Green Leaf Medical; Mount Sinai in its acquisition of South Nassau Community Hospital; Lutheran Medical Center in its acquisition by NYU/Langone; and Synthes in its acquisition by Johnson & Johnson. Lisl has been recognized for her work by multiple publications, including Chambers, Legal500, Crain’s New York Business – Notable Women in Law, Who’s Who Legal Competition, and Best Lawyers. She is a frequent speaker and writer on antitrust issues.