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Michelle is a partner in the firm’s Global Regulatory Enforcement Group, focusing her practice on competition and antitrust. Michelle handles pre- and post-merger antitrust counseling relating to the Hart-Scott-Rodino (HSR) Act, complex class actions (antitrust and otherwise), responses to government investigations and subpoenas, and she advises companies on antitrust compliance issues. She also provides counseling on electronic discovery issues related to the management of complex litigation matters. Michelle represents a wide range of clients in the primary manufacturing industries — steel, pharmaceuticals, and medical devices — as well as major financial institutions, investments advisors, and health insurers.

Awards & Recognition

  • 2016 PBT Fast Trackers List, Pittsburgh Business Times
  • 2016 Lawyers on the Fast Track, The Legal Intelligencer
  • 2011 Outstanding Recent Graduate Award, Duquesne University School of Law, Women’s Law Association

Civic and Charitable Affiliations

  • American Heart Association – Go Red For Women Campaign (2007-2011)
  • Leadership Pittsburgh Inc. (a nonprofit organization whose mission is to strengthen regional leadership through programs, partnerships and connections) – Selected for admission to its Leadership Development Initiative XXIII Class
  • Pittsburgh YWCA – Board Member (2015-2018); Secretary and Chair of Development Committee (2017)


Michelle lives with her husband, Brian, their daughter, Madeline, and their son, Henry, in Sewickley, Pennsylvania. As a former marathoner, competitive figure skater and figure skating coach, she now enjoys practicing yoga, as well as taking barre and spinning classes.