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Bracewell LLP

1251 AVENUE OF THE AMERICAS, 49TH FLOOR, NEW YORK, NY 10020-1100, USA
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Work +1 212 508 6100
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Daniel Hemli

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Work +1.212.938.6402
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Web:
www.bracewell.com/people/daniel-e-hemli
Bracewell LLP

Work Department

Antitrust

Position

Daniel Hemli advises clients on antitrust issues relating to mergers, acquisitions and joint ventures, and advocacy before federal, state and foreign antitrust authorities. He has represented parties in connection with investigations of numerous national and multinational acquisitions and joint venture transactions across a broad range of industries, including oil and gas, electric power, pharmaceuticals, medical devices, technology and software, chemicals, financial services, commercial and industrial equipment, consumer goods, media, and agriculture. He has advised on transactions in a variety of contexts, including negotiated deals, hostile takeovers and distressed situations. Mr. Hemli also counsels clients on a broad range of antitrust matters arising out of their day-to-day operations and assists clients in designing and implementing antitrust compliance programs.

Education

LL.M., New York University School of Law, 2004; LL.B., University of New South Wales, Australia, 2000; B.Sc., University of New South Wales, Australia, 2000


United States: Antitrust

Merger control

Within: Merger control

Bracewell LLP has an excellent reputation for acting on behalf of energy sector clients, but its merger control work also extends to healthcare, financial services and technology, among other areas. In 2017, New York-based Daniel Hemli and Washington DC-based counsel Jacqueline Java advised Pembina Pipeline on the US antitrust aspects of it’s circa C$9.7bn acquisition of Veresen. The firm’s other energy sector clients include Chevron, Holly Energy Partners and Hydro One. Outside of energy, another highlight involved assisting Delta Card Services, as the holding company of Merchants’ Choice Payment Solutions (MCPS), with the antitrust aspects of MCPS’ sale to Paysafe Group for $470m.

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