Daniel P. Culley’s practice focuses on antitrust counseling and antitrust litigation. Daniel joined the firm in 2008 and became partner in the Washington, D.C. office in 2017. Since the beginning of 2018, he splits his time between the Washington and Brussels offices.
His work includes counseling, merger control, antitrust litigation, and civil and criminal government investigations, particularly for high-tech industries and two-sided markets. Daniel has represented clients in federal and state courts and advised clients in both criminal and civil investigations by the U.S. Department of Justice, the FTC, state agencies, and the European Commission.
BNP Paribas in defending against a purported class action filed by the Pennsylvania pension fund alleging manipulation of supranational, sub-sovereign, and agency debt (SSA bonds).
Goldman Sachs in defending consolidated putative class action cases brought against numerous foreign exchange dealers alleging antitrust conspiracies based on the alleged manipulation of benchmark exchange rates for a broad range of currencies.
T-Mobile U.S. and Deutsche Telekom in connection with T-Mobile U.S.’s merger with Sprint Corporation. The combined company will have an enterprise value of approximately $146 billion.
Essilor in its combination with Luxottica. This transaction secured unconditional EU and U.S. clearance and will give rise to a combined entity with a market capitalization of around €46 billion.