Trained in the EU and US, Daniel Bitton navigates clients through high-stakes antitrust matters, including representing Google in highly publicized litigations and investigations of its advertising technology business in the US and other jurisdictions. He is regular antitrust counsel to Google, McKesson, and Stanley Black & Decker, and has represented clients such as Dell and Thermo Fisher Scientific in major global merger clearance investigations. He also defends foreign and domestic clients in antitrust litigation and class actions. According to Who’s Who Legal, Daniel is “…is very smart, gives practical advice and never loses focus on the business.” Prior to joining Axinn, Daniel interned at the Federal Trade Commission and served as an advisor to the Independent Post and Telecommunications Authority and the Netherlands Competition Authority, in The Hague, The Netherlands. In that capacity, he worked on matters involving bid-rigging and monopolization, as well as various regulatory matters, including disputes about fixed and mobile interconnection rates, cable-access and local loop unbundling.
U.S. antitrust enforcement in the Trump administrationTijdschrift Mededingingsrecht in de Praktijk, Daniel Bitton and Melanie Kiser, August 2021, Number 3