Robert A. Schmoll

Jones Day (Atlanta)
Lawyer (Associate)

Rob Schmoll is an associate lawyer at Jones Day (Atlanta office). He has a broad range of experience in complex civil litigation in federal and state courts in Georgia and throughout the U.S., representing clients in a variety of industries in contract disputes and related tort claims. He has substantial experience in antitrust, securities, and products liability matters as well. In these diverse matters, Rob has argued before the Sixth and Eleventh Circuit Courts of Appeals, examined lay and expert witnesses at trial, first-chaired evidentiary hearings, and managed every phase of litigation. In addition to his litigation practice, Rob has had significant responsibility for operational and financial fraud investigations on behalf of public company management, boards, and board committees, arising out of shareholder demands and internal audit and compliance findings. He also has experience responding to DOJ and FTC antitrust investigations of proposed transactions in a variety of industries. Rob has an active and diverse pro bono practice and recently has represented prisoners and detainees asserting constitutional and civil rights claims in federal courts as well as an individual seeking immigration relief pursuant to the Convention Against Torture. Rob is active in the Atlanta community, where he serves on the board of directors of CHRIS Kids and is a member of the board and vice president of programs for the Buckhead Business Association. He is also a graduate of Leadership Buckhead (class of 2012) and a Master in the Lamar Inn of Court.

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Jones Day (Washington DC)

Articles

812 Bulletin

John M. Majoras, Robert A. Schmoll The US Supreme Court holds that mere parallel conduct in a complaint is insufficient to state a claim of conspiracy under the Sherman Act (Bell Atlantic / Twombly)

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In antitrust, the Supreme Court is on a roll. After giving scant attention to antitrust cases over the last two decades, the Supreme Court has now issued five substantive antitrust decisions in the last 17 months-one of the most intense periods of antitrust activity in the Court’s history. And (...)

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