Jones Day (Colombus)

Tiffany D. Lipscomb-Jackson

Jones Day (Colombus)
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Tiffany Lipscomb-Jackson is a commercial litigator with substantial experience in the petroleum, pharmaceutical, and automotive industries and a focus on antitrust and competition issues. She has represented clients in numerous state and federal courts and in each phase of litigation, including trial, mediation, and on appeal. Tiffany has extensive experience with multijurisdictional and multiparty matters, including class action civil litigation alleging bid-rigging and price-fixing, and antitrust and consumer protection lawsuits brought by state attorneys general. This includes defending against antitrust allegations premised on the alleged misuse of intellectual property rights or the regulatory approval processes to extend market exclusivity for brand name drugs.

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Louis K. Fisher, Tiffany D. Lipscomb-Jackson, Craig A. Waldman, Chris R.J. Pace, Marc A. Weinroth, Matthew A. Kairis The US Supreme Court prohibits an association from restraining student-athlete education-related benefits while recognizing the association still retains considerable flexibility to regulate such benefits (NCAA / Alston)

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The Court’s ruling that certain NCAA rules violate antitrust law opens the door for student-athletes to receive additional benefits. But it does not extend to compensation relating to athletic performance, conferences remain free to pass their own rules independently, and universities may decide (...)

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Michelle K. Fischer, Tiffany D. Lipscomb-Jackson USA : Does a federal price gouging law even make sense—and, if so, what should it look like ?

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Alors que la COVID-19 continue d’impacter les communautés à travers les États-Unis - poussant de nombreux États et autorités locales à étendre (ou à rétablir) les commandes d’urgence et autres restrictions de prix spécifiques aux États - l’idée d’une législation fédérale sur les prix abusifs est devenue un (...)

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