Greg McCurdy

Uber (San Francisco)
Director, Litigation and Global Competition Law

Greg McCurdy is Director of Global Competition Law at Uber Technologies, Inc. where he manages the antitrust team based in San Francisco. Their work focuses on international merger clearance proceedings, US antitrust litigation as well as counseling and training. Previously, Greg co-led the team that provides legal and policy advice to Uber’s government relations and communications teams on legislation and policy regulating Transportation Network Companies. Before joining Uber in March 2015 Greg was a lawyer at Microsoft for 15 years based in Paris, Seattle, New York City and Washington, DC. Greg started at Microsoft as its first antitrust litigator in Europe and spent eight years managing the antitrust proceedings with the European Commission in Brussels and the appeals to the European courts in Luxemburg. After moving to Microsoft’s HQ near Seattle, Greg also worked on the US antitrust class actions and the Korean FTC proceeding. Greg is also a former co-chair of the International Bar Association’s Antitrust Committee. Before joining Microsoft Greg practiced commercial litigation in New York City and clerked for federal judges in the SDNY and at the DC Circuit. Greg graduated from NYU Law School and Harvard College.

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United State District Court (New York)
White & Case (Brussels)
The Brattle Group (Washington)
US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) (Washington)
Maersk (Copenhagen)
Brazilian Administrative Council for Economic Defense (CADE) (Brasilia)
United Kingdom’s Competition Authority - CMA (London)
Cornerstone Research (San Francisco)
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