Law360 Highlights Jeetander Dulani's Lateral Move to Stinson in DC
Law360 published an article, "Stinson Expands Antitrust Bench With Ex-Pillsbury Atty," featuring Stinson LLP's most recent lateral hire, Partner Jeetander Dulani.
The article provides an overview of Dulani's legal career, details the range of his antitrust, competition and financial services-focused practice, in addition to highlighting his civil liberties appellate practice, and provides insight into the decision-making process regarding joining Stinson in DC.
"I was really explicit about how I view my practice and first among that was collaboration, and they were 100% on board, and they explained that's how Stinson operates, and it really incentivizes everybody to solve problems. It's not a place where people hoard clients or relationships, they want clients to get the best of the best," Dulani said.
Dulani, who brings with him nearly two decades of experience working with antitrust matters and False Claims Act issues, said he was also drawn to Stinson because of the firm's current growth in the antitrust space and the opportunity to direct additional expansion.
"I started looking into the antitrust practice and the class action practice, and I was really heartened by the fact that there's such a deep bench," he said.
The opportunity to mentor the younger generation of attorneys also played an integral role in Dulani's decision to join Stinson, as did the firm's support of his "coaching-focused philosophy."
"Mentoring is really important to me, teaching is important to me. I've had about 50 mentees in my career, and they've all gone on to do wonderful things, and it's really satisfying to see someone who's really talented be able to do what they really want to do."
Dulani joins Stinson after serving as special counsel in the DC office of Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP. His practice includes competition disputes, class actions, mergers and acquisitions, government investigations and other complex litigation. He represents clients before the Department of Justice and the 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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