Daniel Baker is an associate in the Brussels office of Latham & Watkins and a member of the firm’s global Antitrust & Competition practice. He advises clients on EU and UK competition law, as well as on EU regulatory issues.
Mr. Baker represents industrials, private equity funds, and sovereign wealth funds on EU and global merger control and has advised clients on multiple complex Phase I and Phase II merger control filings requiring remedies to the European Commission and other competition authorities around the world. He also represents clients in cross-border investigations into abuse of dominance and anti-competitive agreements, and provides antitrust counselling on commercial agreements and joint ventures. Mr. Baker’s clients come from a wide range of sectors, including technology, packaging, media, agrochemicals, and oil and gas.
Mr. Baker spent ten months on secondment to a leading building material manufacturer in Zurich, where he assisted the group’s legal team in relation to the firm’s competition law compliance and training program, internal investigations, and antitrust advisory.
Before training as a lawyer, he worked for two years as a management consultant at a leading international management consulting firm, advising major US and European financial institutions on regulatory and strategy issues.