Elizabeth Prewitt’s practice focuses on domestic and international cartel matters, internal investigations, and complex litigation. She represents corporations and executives facing antitrust, fraud and bribery investigations.
For 16 years, Ms. Prewitt was a trial lawyer for the DOJ's Antitrust Division and served as an Assistant Chief from 2012-2014. She led the Division’s investigations into rigging of Libor and Forex rates until her appointment as Visiting International Enforcer to the European Commission. She is a first-chair trial counsel, and two-time recipient of the Attorney General’s Distinguished Service Award and the Assistant Attorney General’s Award.