Nina Refowitz Frant - Associate

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Nina Refowitz Frant

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Washington, D.C.
Phone: +1 202-879-5920
Fax: +1 202-654-9656

Professional Profile

Nina Frant, a litigation associate in the Washington, D.C. office of Kirkland & Ellis, is an antitrust and consumer protection practitioner who represents clients before the Department of Justice, the Federal Trade Commission, and state attorneys general.

Nina provides guidance to clients on a wide array of antitrust and consumer protection issues, including mergers, civil and criminal antitrust investigations, data security and privacy issues, advertising and marketing practices, and financial industry practices. The industries covered by these investigations include health care, pharmaceuticals, media, energy and transportation.

Nina maintains an active pro bono practice, including successful representations in family law and landlord/tenant matters.

Representative Matters

Consumer Protection Matters

  • Representing a health supplement manufacturer before the FTC involving allegations of deceptive advertising practices and violations of the endorsement guidelines.

  • Representing a pharmaceutical manufacturer in litigation brought by a state attorney general alleging unfair and deceptive acts and practices.

  • Successfully settled with the FTC in a matter involving allegations of data security, FCRA, and debt collection practice violations.

  • Represented a cable company in an FTC investigation of advertisement practices.

Antitrust Matters

  • Represented a company under investigation by the FTC for failure to comply with the Hart-Scott-Rodino Act.

  • Obtained DOJ clearance for Donovan Data Systems merger with MediaBank.

  • Represented Constellation Energy, in the DOJ's review of its $7.9 billion merger with Exelon.

Other Distinctions

Merit Scholarship

CALI Excellence for the Future Awards Advanced Legal Research, Antitrust Law, Civil Procedure, Civil Rights Clinic, Criminal Procedure, Independent Study - Antitrust


The Inadequate Resume of School Education Plans, 51 How. L. J. 819 (2008)

Prior Experience

Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP

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