Bona Law Attorney Jarod Bona Named Fellow by Litigation Counsel of America
Recognizing the country’s top trial attorneys, the LCA evaluates Mr. Bona and its other fellows based on 'effectiveness and accomplishment' in litigation, including both trial and appellate work, along with ethical reputation.
The LCA is a peer selected, invitation only, diverse honorary society of 3,500 of the best trial attorneys in the country. Comprised of less than one-half of 1% of American attorneys the LCA is an established trial and appellate lawyer honorary society.
The purpose of the LCA is to "recognize deserving, experienced, and highly qualified lawyers, to provide an outlet for scholarly authorship of legal articles on trial and litigation practice, and to provide additional sources for professional development.”
Jarod Bona represents clients in antitrust, complex litigation, and appellate matters. He graduated cum laude from Harvard Law School in 2001, which he followed up with a clerkship for the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit. He practiced law at large international law firms Gibson Dunn & Crutcher and DLA Piper for a dozen years before starting Bona Law PC.
Mr. Bona represents clients from all over the world in antitrust and litigation matters and has worked with his team to develop Bona Law into a national antitrust boutique firm that is called upon to handle some of the most interesting and complex antitrust and competition issues that arise. These matters range from antitrust counseling for distribution contracts to defending class actions involving allegations of global price-fixing conspiracies to seeking relief on behalf of companies that have been damaged by anticompetitive conduct by their competitors, and much more.
With offices in California and New York, Bona Law is committed to addressing client concerns with innovative solutions to matters involving antitrust, appellate litigation, business litigation, and challenges to government conduct.