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Antonio F. Dias

Jones Day (Miami)

Antonio F. Dias is the partner-in-charge at Jones Day in Miami. He joined the firm in 1999. He leads the Firm’s State Attorney General Enforcement, Investigations & Litigation Practice and previously was co-leader of the financial institutions litigation & regulation practice. He has substantial experience in leading the defense of companies and industries facing government scrutiny and related private litigation. In addition to the numerous federal and state attorney general multistate investigations and litigation Tony Dias has handled, he has led the defense of concurrent investigations by the Department of Justice (DOJ), Congress, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), and other federal agencies. His experience also includes significant matters at the individual state and local levels where businesses are targeted with municipal litigation, regulatory enforcement, and legislative efforts. Tony Dias holds leadership positions in national and local organizations promoting better public policy and improving children’s health and education. He is a member of the Board of Trustees of Allegheny College and a member of the U.S. Conference of Mayors Business Council.

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Antonio F. Dias, Christopher R.J. Pace, Eliot Pedrosa, Cristina Pérez Soto The US District Court for the Southern District of Florida rules that corporate-competitor plaintiffs may recover lost profits under the Florida Deceptive and Unfair Trade Practices Act (Tymar Distribution / Mitchell Group)


Southern District of Florida Finds Lost Profits Recoverable for Corporate-Competitor Plaintiffs Under FDUTPA The Chief Judge of the Southern District of Florida has ruled that corporate-competitor plaintiffs may recover lost profits under the Florida Deceptive and Unfair Trade Practices Act (...)

Antonio F. Dias, David M. Morrell, Louis K. Fisher, Lin W. Kahn, Michael H. Knight The US Supreme Court blocks the FTC from obtaining monetary remedies in most antitrust and consumer protection cases (AMG Capital Management)


The Supreme Court ruled unanimously in AMG Capital Management v. FTC that Federal Trade Commission Act ("FTCA") Section 13(b) does not authorize the FTC to obtain monetary remedies such as restitution or disgorgement. The Court’s decision is a significant setback for the FTC, particularly in (...)

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