Kaj Rozga is an associate in Weil’s Antitrust/Competition practice. Mr. Rozga handles many facets of antitrust practice including complex civil litigations, criminal cartel investigations, counseling, and regulatory approval for mergers and acquisitions. He has been involved in representing clients in the health care, automotive, consumer brands and retail, television broadcasting, transportation, and electronic goods industries.
Prior to joining Weil, Mr. Rozga was a staff attorney in the Mergers IV Division at the Federal Trade Commission’s Bureau of Competition. Mr. Rozga was an integral member of litigation teams that preliminarily enjoined mergers in two federal district court proceedings and successfully challenged a merger in an FTC administrative trial. Mr. Rozga conducted all aspects of merger investigations, including Hart-Scott-Rodino filings, Second Requests, and Consent Orders. Mr. Rozga investigated mergers and acquisitions in numerous industries, including hospitals, health care, mobile applications, death care, and consumer goods.
Mr. Rozga received the FTC’s Janet D. Steiger Award for his contributions to the Hospital Merger Litigation Team, and the Award for Meritorious Service for his work on the Google/AdMob investigation. He serves as Vice-Chair of the Vertical Restraints and Mergers Committee of the NY State Bar Association’s Antitrust Section.