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Daniel Francis is counsel in the Antitrust practice.

He focuses on all aspects of U.S. and European Union antitrust representation and merger review, as well as complex commercial litigation at the trial and appellate level.

Daniel handles antitrust and merger matters in both the United States and the European Union for domestic and multinational firms, and represents clients before the U.S. Department of Justice, the Federal Trade Commission, and the European Commission. He also litigates a wide range of antitrust cases and complex commercial matters in state and federal courts throughout the United States. Daniel has particular experience in the defense, energy, entertainment, and pharmaceutical sectors and in high-technology markets. He counsels clients of all kinds on proposed conduct, competitor collaborations, and strategic acquisitions.

Before entering private practice, Daniel taught a course in European Union law and political history at Harvard College.

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