University of Missouri,
J.D., magna cum laude, 2013
Top 5 in graduating class
Willard L. Eckhart Prize, Sidney Faber Award, Joe E. Covington Prize, Kenneth and Margie Richardson Prize
CALI Awards in 11 classes (for highest grade in course)
Washington University in St. Louis,
B.A., English Literature, 2009
Thompson Coburn LLP
Summer Associate, 2012
Coro Fellows Program in Public Affairs, St. Louis
St. Louis NORC (Naturally Occurring Retirement Community)
Jon represents clients in complex commercial disputes, including a tortious interference and franchise case with claimed damages of over $100 million.
He also handles matters involving contract, antitrust, creditor's rights, and financial services litigation.
Jon's antitrust experience includes work on Section 1 and Section 2 claims, Clayton Act analysis, and Hart-Scott-Rodino Act analysis and filings. He also helps clients comply with competition regulations in the European Union and analyze their exposure to possible violations.
During law school, Jon served as the Lead Articles Editor of the Missouri Law Review. Prior to law school, he completed the Coro Fellows Program in Public Affairs, a rigorous nine month experiential leadership and project management training program in St. Louis.
"Pulling the Taxpayer's Sword from the Stone: The Appropriation Requirement of Missouri's Hancock Amendment";
77 Mo. L. Rev. 481, Spring 2012
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