Dulani Explores His Past, Details Current and Future Goals in FTCWatch Article
Stinson LLP Partner Jeetander Dulani is featured in a recent FTCWatch article, "Dulani joins Stinson."
Dulani discusses his arrival to the firm and how he intends to grow the antitrust practice and increase the firm's diversity.
Dulani said Stinson has an impressive group of diverse attorneys and that he wants to "make sure that we build on it, and we continue to show our commitment." He notes that clients are looking for more diverse legal teams to represent their interests, and diverse teams drive better results.
He also provides insight into past experiences that have led him to his current practice and view of government action.
"I've been very, very lucky to have an extraordinary journey to where I am. I was homeless when I was 17, put myself through college, grad school and law school … The thing that changed my life … was welfare," Dulani said.
Government action "is not inherently bad," he notes. "The help I received changed my life. I have great appreciation for that, and I'm always thankful for it."
Dulani's practice includes competition disputes, class actions, mergers and acquisitions, government investigations and other complex litigation. He represents clients before the Department of Justice and Federal Trade Commission in merger and conduct investigations, as well as False Claims Act-related litigation, and he advises on antitrust risk and compliance and on vertical business arrangements. Dulani also maintains a civil liberties appellate practice and advocates for other attorneys to take on similar pro bono, appellate work.
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