Before joining ICLE, Dan was an Attorney Advisor in the FTC’s Office of Policy Planning, where he worked on competition issues in health care and technology markets and, more broadly, on the competitive impact of regulation, with a focus on privacy regulations, among others. In the 2014-15 academic year, on leave from his FTC duties, he visited Harvard Law School as the Victor H. Kramer Foundation Fellow in antitrust law and economics. His work has been published in diverse academic journals, including the Georgetown Law Journal, American Journal of Law & Medicine, Nursing Economics, the Journal of Health Care Law & Policy, Behavioral & Brain Sciences, and the British Journal for the Philosophy of Science.
Prior to the FTC, Dan taught at the University of Maryland, where he taught law and economics and health and science law. He has also taught at Penn State University and at Washington University in St. Louis, and has experience in private practice in Washington, DC. Dan holds a JD degree from Georgetown, a PhD from the University of Chicago, and an AM from Dartmouth College.