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Dennis C. Cuneo


Dennis Cuneo is a partner in the Washington, D.C. Metro office located in Arlington, Virginia. He has extensive corporate, government and labor relations experience. 

Prior to joining the firm, Dennis was the senior vice president of Toyota Motor North America, Inc. where his responsibilities included oversight of legal, government affairs, public affairs, industry relations, administration, human resources, and strategic planning and research.

He was a member of the management team that started New United Motor Manufacturing, Inc. (NUMMI) – Toyota's first assembly plant in North America. He also helped establish Toyota's North American manufacturing headquarters.

Dennis has extensive board experience, having served a combined 25 years on the boards of two Fortune 500 companies.  He is currently Chair of the Board of Trustees of Loyola University New Orleans.  Other notable board experience includes the National Association of Manufacturers, a regional federal reserve bank, a stock exchange, a major league sports authority, and several non-profits.  He also held gubernatorial appointments in California, Kentucky and Mississippi.

Dennis started his law career in the Antitrust Division of the U.S. Department of Justice, and has over 40 years of experience in antitrust and labor law.

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Professional Activities

  • Held gubernatorial appointments in California, Kentucky and Mississippi
  • Served as Board Chair of the Cincinnati Branch of the Federal Reserve
  • In 2008, he was appointed to the 22 member National Advisory Commission on Workplace Flexibility, a bipartisan initiative sponsored by the Sloan Foundation, which developed consensus-based public policy recommendations for workplace flexibility.
  • Serves on the boards of two publicly traded corporations and three universities
  • Senior advisor to three Silicon Valley venture backed firms
  • Senior advisor to the U.S.-China Chamber of Commerce and has helped organize three conferences on inbound Chinese investment


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