John Majoras has more than 20 years experience in general commercial litigation, with a particular focus on antitrust matters. He also has handled business disputes concerning product liability, hostile corporate takeovers, copyright, tax, contract, and entertainment law. He has recently defended significant civil antitrust cartel challenges, including multidistrict class actions in the pharmaceutical, credit card, paper, packaged ice, marine hose and waste hauling industries. In addition to his trial practice, John advises clients on antitrust and FDA regulatory issues, particularly in patent and pharmaceutical matters, and co-ordinates Jones Day's competition law litigation practice worldwide.
John is a member of the Antitrust and Litigation Sections of the American Bar Association and is a frequent speaker at national and international antitrust and litigation conferences. He is active in pro bono matters related to unfair housing practices and is involved in attorney recruiting and trial skills training at Jones Day.