Zachary Krowitz is an associate in Cohen Milstein's Antitrust practice, where he represents a broad range of individuals and businesses in civil litigation, with a focus on multi-district class actions and antitrust litigation.

Prior to joining Cohen Milstein, Mr. Krowitz served as a law clerk for the Honorable Pamela A. Harris of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit.

Before his clerkship, Mr. Krowitz was an associate at a distinguished global law firm, where he focused on complex commercial litigation matters.

Mr. Krowitz is working on the following high-profile antitrust matters:

  • Jien v. Perdue Farms, Inc. (D. Md.): Cohen Milstein serves as Co-Lead Counsel, representing a proposed class of poultry plant workers, in a suit alleging that the nation’s largest chicken and turkey producers conspired to suppress their wages.
  • In re Broiler Chicken Antitrust Litigation (N.D. Ill.): Cohen Milstein represents a putative class of broiler chicken consumers in a suit alleging that the nation’s largest chicken producers, including Perdue Farms and Tyson Foods, conspired to raise the price of chicken.

Mr. Krowitz received his B.A., summa cum laude, from the University of Pennsylvania, B.A., and his J.D. from Stanford Law School, where he was the recipient of numerous awards for outstanding academic performance.  During law school, Mr. Krowitz served as Symposium Co-Chair and Senior Editor for the Stanford Law Review. He co-authored “Confronting Efforts at Election Manipulation from Foreign Media Organizations” in Securing American Elections: Prescriptions for Enhancing the Integrity and Independence of the 2020 U.S. Presidential Elections and Beyond, Stanford Cyber Policy Center Freeman Spolgi Institute (June 2019).

Before law school, Mr. Krowitz was a staff assistant for U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal.