Jarod M. Bona

Bona Law PC
Contact: 858.964.4589
Experience:
Law School: Harvard Univ Law School
Jurisdictions: California
Minnesota

OVERVIEW

About Jarod M. Bona
Jarod Bona's practice is focused on antitrust, business litigation, appellate, and challenges to governement conduct. Mr. Bona won a bench trial, as first chair, for a client involving fraud claims and up to US$2.5 million at stake. In 2012, Mr. Bona played a major role in achieving summary judgment and a Federal Trade Commission dismissal with no action for his client in antitrust challenges to the client’s loyalty discount programs. He also recently filed an amicus brief to the United States Supreme Court on behalf of his client in FTC v. Phoebe Putney Health System, Inc., arguing that a market-participant exception should apply to state-action immunity from the antitrust laws. Mr. Bona is a frequent commentator on competition developments, and writes several articles each year for a variety of publications. He is also a Non-Governmental Advisor for the Unilateral Conduct Working Group of the International Competition Network, which is an international body devoted exclusively to competition law enforcement with members representing national and multi-national competition authorities. As part of that role, Mr. Bona was an author of the Exclusive Dealing chapter of the group's Unilateral Conduct Workbook for competition authorities. In 2010, his article "The Diminishing Role of the Private Attorney General in Antitrust and Securities Class Action Cases Aided by the Supreme Court" was honored with the Burton Award for Legal Writing Achievement. The Burton Award is dedicated to the enrichment and refinement of writing in the legal profession and is presented by the Burton Foundation, a nonprofit cultural and academic organization devoted to promoting the legal profession. This article was also cited by Chief District Judge B. Lynn Winmill of the Federal District of Idaho in In re Micron Technology, Inc. Securities Litigation. Mr. Bona graduated cum laude from Harvard Law School in 2001, where he was a John M. Olin Law and Economics Fellow and Senior Editor of th
Directory Practice Areas
  • Antitrust
  • Appeals & Appellate
  • Business Law
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
California
Minnesota
Virginia
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Languages
 SpokenWritten
EnglishYesYes
Professional Experience
Attorney, DLA Piper
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Attorney, Gibson Dunn & Crutcher
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Law Clerk (Judge James B. Loken), US Federal Court of Appeals (8th Circuit)
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Education
Illinois Wesleyan UnivUndergraduate Degree
Harvard Univ Law SchoolLaw Degree
Awards
Rising Star, Minnesota Super Lawyers
Burton Award for Legal Writing Achievement, Burton Foundation
For my law review article: "The Diminishing Role of the Private Attorney General in Antitrust and Securities Class Action Cases Aided by the Supreme Court"
Professional Associations
Member, California State Bar
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Suite 200
La Jolla, CA 92037
USA
Telephone: 858.964.4589