David S Turetsky

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David Turetsky is a partner in Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP and coordinator of the firm's Washington, DC, antitrust practice group. He handles state, federal and international antitrust investigations; litigates private class and individual lawsuits; appears before regulators such as the FCC and state insurance departments; works with Congress and the Executive Branch; and represents clients on a range of US and global conduct, merger, joint venture, regulatory and compliance matters. He is recognised in antitrust by Legal 500 US and Best Lawyers in America, is quoted frequently in the press, speaks and writes often, and has held Bar committee leadership positions.He served as deputy assistant attorney general for civil and regulatory in the Antitrust Division of the US Department of Justice until 1997 after initially joining the Antitrust Division in October 1993, as senior counsel to assistant attorney general Anne Bingaman.In business, he was a senior lawyer and officer of a fixed-wireless telecommunications and broadband services provider that he helped to take public. While in private practice, Mr Turetsky was appointed twice by federal courts at the suggestion of the Antitrust Division, and by the FCC (2005 and 2006), to serve as the independent management trustee of business operations in a total of 20 wireless markets until divested by an acquirer to satisfy the conditions of two merger consent decrees.He has a JD from the University of Chicago Law School (winner, moot court competition); a BA, magna cum laude from Amherst College; and attended the London School of Economics.

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