Daniel K. Storino focuses his practice on antitrust and complex commercial litigation matters. Dan has extensive experience in representing national and multinational corporations in cases alleging price fixing, market allocation, monopolization, and below-cost pricing. He has represented clients in both criminal investigations conducted by the Department of Justice and civil investigations conducted by state authorities.
Dan also regularly represents clients in cases involving trademark infringement, breach of contract, the Lanham Act, tortious interference, non-competition agreements, franchise disputes, and exclusivity agreements.
His experience includes counseling clients on antitrust compliance, distribution matters and other business practices. Prior to joining Mayer Brown, Dan served as a Judicial Law Clerk for the Honorable Susan H. Black of the US Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit.
- University of Notre Dame Law School, JD, magna cum laude
- University of Notre Dame, BA, summa cum laude
- US District Court for the Northern District of Illinois
- US Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit
- Represented numerous multinational corporations in criminal and civil antitrust cases alleging price fixing, market allocation, and attempted monopolization.
- Obtained a $60 million judgment for National Australia Bank in a case involving an International Swaps and Derivatives Agreement.
- Successfully defended an international energy company in a price-gouging investigation conducted by the Illinois Attorney General’s Office.
- Represented three affiliates of Sprint Corporation in multiple cases involving their exclusivity rights. These cases were successfully resolved when Sprint acquired our clients for approximately $831 million.
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