Jordan B.Arakawa


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Jordan Arakawa represents clients in complex commercial litigation, as well as corporate criminal investigations related to the FCPA and health care laws. Her experience includes all aspects of litigation in both federal and state courts, from discovery through motions practice and trial preparation.

Jordan maintains an active pro bono practice, including successfully representing plaintiffs in civil rights actions. She also serves as a mentor to high school students through the San Diego County Bar Association's partnership with the Crawford High School Academy of Law.


Qualcomm defeats series of appellate writs by Apple in trade secret litigation
Jones Day represented Qualcomm Incorporated and Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. at the California Court of Appeal's Fourth District in opposing a series of three petitions for writ of mandate or prohibition brought by Apple Inc.

Qualcomm pursues trade secret and contract claims asserting Apple's misuse of Qualcomm's trade secret software and source code
Jones Day represented Qualcomm Incorporated and Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. in a lawsuit asserting trade secret misappropriation and breach of contract claims against Apple Inc.

GreatCall wins affirmance of IP defense verdict in trade secret and patent telecom dispute
Jones Day won in binding arbitration and on appeal for GreatCall, Inc. in IP litigation brought by the company's founders.

Lab Corp wins partial summary judgment in product liability litigation
Jones Day client Lab Corp (Laboratory Corporation of America) won partial summary judgment in a product liability case arising from an alleged failure to detect abnormal cells indicating cancer on a Pap smear slide.

FoodState defends putative class action lawsuit over allegations related to advertising and food labeling
Jones Day is defending vitamin supplement maker FoodState, Inc. in a putative class action lawsuit brought by plaintiffs alleging that FoodState's advertising and product labels are misleading.

Jones Day San Diego reaches settlement of civil rights claims
Pursuant to the Southern District of California’s Plan for the Representation of Pro Se Litigants in Civil Cases, Jones Day San Diego was selected for pro bono representation of Raynard Vallery, the plaintiff in a civil rights action under 42 U.S.C. § 1983.

Additional Publications

  • July 23, 2014Think Before You Transfer Your Product Liability Case, Law 360 Product Liability Reporter
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