Lori is a general commercial litigator who focuses on complex class-action and plaintiff opt-out antitrust litigation in federal court. In addition to antitrust work, her class action experience includes defending clients in the consumer products, homebuilding, real estate investment, and food and beverage industries.
Lori has also taken an interest in the emerging area of healthcare antitrust litigation and she has authored several articles on the subject. In addition to her varied federal court work, Lori has substantial experience in complex business litigation throughout the country, and has litigated cases involving intellectual property disputes, landlord-tenant disputes, land use disputes, bankruptcy issues, employment disputes, professional malpractice actions, unfair and deceptive trade practices issues, fraud, defamation, and products liability. Lori also has significant experience in alternative dispute resolution proceedings, including international arbitrations.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Lori Lustrin
Lori Lustrin is a general commercial litigator and an Associate with Bilzin Sumberg, and she was recognized as a 2019 National Law Review Go-To Thought Leader for her content on big food litigation, examining complex class action and antitrust issues. She’s produced significant content around food law and regluation, including how blockchain can impact food industry litigation and how Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) can come into play in these cases. Her articles have informed National Law Review readers of pork, beef and salmon price-fixing, plant-based protein issues, and a vineyard-marijuana grower dispute, among other important cases.