About Daniel Hunt
Daniel advises on competition law and commercial disputes.
Daniel is a counsel in our London office. He advises clients on significant commercial disputes and all elements of contentious competition law. He has acted in the English and European Courts at both first instance and on appeals, and has extensive experience of the Competition Appeal Tribunal (including in both individual proceedings and mass claims). Daniel also acts on investigations by competition and sectoral regulators and advises on compliance with antitrust law requirements (including horizontal, vertical, and dominance matters).
Daniel is a member of our global antitrust litigation and collective and class action skills groups.
Daniel has an active pro-bono practice and has acted for several NGOs on public interest interventions in the Court of Appeal and Supreme Court.
Securing the dismissal of a major cartel damages claim against Infineon Technologies AG by deploying a novel limitation argument and successfully upholding that result in the Court of Appeal;
Acting for Volvo/Renault Trucks in the co-ordination of its Europe-wide defence of claims arising from the European Commission’s decision relating to the trucks industry, including its defence of proposed collective proceedings in the UK Competition Appeal Tribunal.
Acting for a financial services client in its defence of allegations of multi-jurisdictional cartel conduct by a number of competition regulators.
Advising an international hotel group on a multi-jurisdictional investigation concerning vertical competition law compliance issues.
King’s College London: Postgraduate Diploma in European Competition Law
BPP London: Legal Practice Course and Graduate Diploma in Law
University of Durham: MA (Philosophy)
University of Durham: BA (Philosophy and Psychology)