Jared Klaus

Porter, Wright, Morris & Arthur (Columbus)
Associate

Jared is an Associate in the Firm’s litigation department, focusing on complex commercial litigation, including antitrust and consumer protection litigation, as well as tort litigation. His experience includes all facets of complex litigation – from discovery to motion practice, as well as trials and arbitrations. Jared’s current work includes assisting in the representation of a major egg producer in defending against claims of price-fixing under the Sherman Act. The litigation spans the entire egg and egg-product industry and includes class actions brought by indirect and direct purchasers as well as several direct actions. In law school, Jared served on the Moritz College of Law moot court and national trial teams. Jared was a member of the Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law and was honored with a CALI Award in criminal law, as well as the Joshua Dressler Award for Excellence in Criminal Law. Jared graduated first in his law school class and also holds a Masters degree in Journalism. Prior to joining Porter Wright, Jared served as an investigative reporter for Scene Magazine in Cleveland.

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Porter, Wright, Morris & Arthur (Columbus)
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Articles

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Allen T. Carter, Jared Klaus A US District Court receives a complaint against a State Bar for anticompetitive, exclusionary, and monopolistic conduct (Legalzoom.com / North Carolina State Bar)

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LegalZoom Kicks Off Antitrust Battle Against State Bar Associations* State bar associations and other licensing boards were left like bleeding seals in shark-infested waters following the United States Supreme Court’s landmark decision this February in North Carolina State Board of Dental (...)

Jared Klaus The US Department of Justice receives five parent-level guilty pleas for conspiring to manipulate foreign-currency markets from financial institutions (Citicorp / JPMorgan Chase / Barclays / RBS / UBS)

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World’s top banks plead guilty to gaming foreign-currency markets* Scandal roiled the banking industry Wednesday as four of the world’s largest banks — Citigroup, JPMorgan Chase, Barclays and Royal Bank of Scotland — pleaded guilty to federal antitrust violations for conspiring to manipulate (...)

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