Patrick J. Jones
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A member of the firm’s Antitrust and Competition and Product Liability & Mass Torts Practice Groups, Patrick J. Jones represents clients in a broad range of litigation and investigatory matters, including antitrust litigation and regulatory investigations, product liability and consumer protection litigation, and false claims and white collar investigations. His experience spans a broad spectrum of industries including digital currencies, financial services, aviation, defense contracting, healthcare, medical devices, telecommunications, and automobiles.
Patrick has represented clients at every stage of litigation. He has briefed dispositive and pretrial motions in federal district court and several state courts; supported the direct and cross-examination of witnesses at depositions and trial; and briefed cases in support of clients in the U.S. Courts of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit and several state courts of appeal. Recently, Patrick was a key member of the team that won dismissal for several clients in the first antitrust case involving the cryptocurrency industry, United American Corp. v. Bitmain, Inc.
Patrick also maintains an active pro bono practice. He has briefed and argued a family law case before a state court of appeal, and has represented a client in a special education proceeding in which he successfully negotiated a favorable settlement prior to the administrative trial.
- District of Columbia
- New York
- Duke University, J.D., 2017: Research Editor, Duke Law Journal; Order of the Coif
- Williams College, B.A., 2011
- Honorable Robert Chatigny, US District Court, Connecticut
- US Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights, Summer Intern
- The Schlitt Law Firm, Legal Analyst
- Covenant Preparatory School, AmeriCorps Teacher