Partner, Lowenstein Sandler
Zarema Jaramillo is a partner in Lowenstein Sandler’s antitrust/competition practice. She is also the managing partner of the firm’s rapidly growing DC office. With more than 20 years of regulatory experience, Zarema draws on her extensive knowledge of the US government to counsel financial services, technology, energy, and life sciences companies as they navigate the ever-shifting waters of antitrust and competition laws and policies. Zarema’s practice focuses on government investigations, mergers and acquisitions, high-stakes antitrust class action defense, and antitrust counseling. Zarema regularly advises clients on enforcement matters before federal and state agencies on a broad range of competition issues, including refusals to deal, distribution and franchising, tying arrangements, price discrimination, exclusive dealing, joint ventures, and trade association activities. She also helps shepherd clients’ transactions through antitrust regulatory clearance under the Hart-Scott-Rodino Act.
Zarema began her legal career in the government as an international trade specialist in the Commerce Department’s Office of China. She later served as an acting director of the Commerce Department’s Good Governance Program.