American Antitrust Institute Announces Pamela Gilbert as 2023 Private Antitrust Enforcement Hall of Fame Inductee
The American Antitrust Institute (AAI) has announced Pamela Gilbert as the 2023 inductee to the Private Antitrust Enforcement Hall of Fame. She will be honored at AAI’s Private Antitrust Enforcement Conference Luncheon at 12:30 pm on November 2, 2023 in Washington, DC. Former Federal Trade Commission Chairman Jon Leibowitz and Lieff Cabraser’s Lin Y. Chan will introduce Gilbert as part of the Hall of Fame induction.
The AAI noted that “Gilbert is one of the leading advocates for strong enforcement of the antitrust laws in Washington, DC where she works to preserve access to the civil justice system for both individuals and businesses. She represents a wide variety of clients before Congress, the executive branch, and regulatory agencies.”
“Pam has probably done more than anyone else in the country working behind the scenes to strengthen and protect enforcement of the antitrust laws,” said Joshua P. Davis, a shareholder at Berger Montague and Research Professor at UC Law San Francisco. “No one else could be simultaneously so relentless and so delightful. Everyone welcomes the chance to talk to her. That has made her uniquely effective in getting legislators to protect our free markets and champion the ordinary people who struggle every day to buy food and medicines and to earn a living wage. We are all deeply in debt to her resolve, charm, and deft touch.”