Elizabeth Conway focuses her practice on domestic and cross-border M&A as well as related governance and transactional matters. She advises public and private companies and private equity firms engaged in acquisitions, divestitures, joint ventures, and similar strategic commercial transactions. She counsels clients in a broad range of industries, including energy, health care, manufacturing, metals, cosmetics, and broadcast technology.
Elizabeth recently advised United States Steel Corporation on the sale of its wholly owned short-line rail subsidiary to Fortress Transportation and Infrastructure Investors for $640 million; NEP Group on its joint acquisitions of Prysm Collective, Lux Machina, and Halon Entertainment to facilitate the launch of its virtual production business segment; and Alcoa Corporation on the sale of its rolling mill business to Kaiser Aluminum for $670 million.
Elizabeth participates in various pro bono initiatives, including a global rule of law summit to combat hate speech and bias-based violence, and is a member of the Junior Advisory Council of the Humane Animal Rescue of Pittsburgh.
- University of Pittsburgh (J.D. summa cum laude 2018; Order of the Coif; Research and Articles Editor, University of Pittsburgh Law Review; Recipient, David Stahl Memorial Award and Benjamin H. Teplitz Memorial Award; M.B.A. 2018, Katz Graduate School of Business; B.A. in Business and History summa cum laude 2013)
- Intern to Judge D. Michael Fisher, U.S. Court of Appeals, Third Circuit (Fall 2016)