AAI Welcomes Erika Douglas and Amanda Lewis to the AAI Advisory Board, Adds Expertise in Competition and Consumer Protection Law and Policy

On January 3, 2023, AAI announced two new members of the AAI Advisory Board. Erika Douglas is Associate Professor of Law at Temple University, Beasley School of Law. Amanda Lewis is with the Washington D.C.-based firm of Cuneo, Gilbert, & LaDuca, LLP. 

“We are delighted that Erika and Amanda have joined the AAI Advisory Board,” said AAI President, Diana Moss. “They bring vitally important expertise and perspective in competition and consumer protection law and policy to AAI’s brain trust and their insights will be invaluable in helping AAI frame our initiatives,” she added. AAI’s volunteer Advisory Board consists of outstanding experts in the fields of antitrust and consumer protection law, economics, and business in the United States and abroad. 

Erika M. Douglas is an Associate Professor at the Temple University Beasley School of Law. Her scholarship focuses on the intersection of antitrust, data privacy, and intellectual property law, with particular emphasis on the application of legal theory to new technology. Professor Douglas teaches New Technology Regulation, Patents, and Contracts. Prior to joining Temple, Professor Douglas practiced antitrust and technology law at the Silicon Valley office of Covington & Burling LLP. While in practice, she represented several Fortune 100 technology companies in complex antitrust matters and investigations.

Amanda Lewis is with Cuneo, Gilbert, & LaDuca, LLP. She was formerly with the Federal Trade Commission, where she worked as an attorney in the Bureau of Competition. At the FTC, as an attorney in the Mergers IV division, Ms. Lewis worked on the Staples/Office Depot and Sysco/U.S. Foods litigation teams, as well as numerous other merger and conduct investigations. While at the FTC, Ms. Lewis served for over two and a half years as a Counsel-Detailee to the Antitrust Subcommittee of the House Judiciary Committee. In this role, Ms. Lewis worked extensively on the House Subcommittee’s Investigation of Competition in Digital Markets, for which Ms. Lewis led the portion of the investigation related to Amazon.