Baker McKenzie (Washington)

Daniel Graulich

Baker McKenzie (Washington)

Dan Graulich is an associate with Baker McKenzie, based in the Washington, D.C., he counsels on antitrust litigation and merger clearance. Leveraging his multi-disciplinary background in law, economics, and public policy, Dan works with companies and individuals in navigating the litigation and merger review processes while developing effective ways to advocate before the U.S. Department of Justice, Federal Trade Commission, and federal courts. Dan’s practice also encompasses non-merger civil and criminal investigations and consumer protection.


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Brian Burke, John Fedele, Mark Hamer, Teisha Johnson, Nandu Machiraju, Creighton Macy, Courtney DeVore, Daniel Graulich The US DoJ continues to ramp up enforcement against interlocking directorates in its latest move forcing two individuals to resign board positions on a social media platform (Pinterest / Nextdoor)


In brief The US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the US Department of Justice Antitrust Division (DOJ) (together "Agencies") each have recently taken enforcement actions that demonstrate renewed attention on interlocking directorates (in which individuals simultaneously serve as directors (...)

Mark Hamer, Creighton Macy, Brian F. Burke, John Fedele, Teisha Johnson, Nandu V. Machiraju, Daniel Graulich, K. Heidi Smucker, Halli Spraggins, Courtney DeVore The US DOJ and FTC jointly release new draft guidelines for public comments


On July 19, the Department of Justice’s Antitrust Division (“DOJ”) and the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) jointly released new draft merger guidelines for public comment. The guidelines are intended to explain how the DOJ and FTC (the “Agencies”) will assess whether future mergers and (...)

Mark G. Weiss, Daniel Graulich, Halli Spraggins The US FTC issues a warning to companies regarding the inclusion of certain types of contract terms that are contrary to public policy, unenforceable and can impede investigations


In brief On Friday 16 June 2023, the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) Bureau of Competition (BC) issued a strong warning to companies regarding the inclusion of certain types of contract terms that can “impede investigations” and “are contrary to public policy and unenforceable.” (...)

Joseph Raffetto, Nicholas Rotz, Daniel Graulich, Logan Breed The US District Court for the Northern District of California denies a motion for a summary judgment that a company’s standard essential patent licensing practices breached its FRAND obligations (ASUS / InterDigital)


This article has been nominated for the 2020 Antitrust Writing Awards. Click here to learn more about the Antitrust Writing Awards. In a decision published in redacted form, Judge Beth Labson Freeman of the Northern District of California denied ASUSTek Computer Inc.’s and ASUS Computer (...)


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