Kamal Al-Salihi is a litigator who represents individuals and commercial clients in complex civil litigation. His practice includes representing multinational companies in civil antitrust litigation related to allegations of bid-rigging, price-fixing, and market allocation and defending clients in Department of Justice challenges to proposed acquisitions. Kamal also represents clients in trademark, Fair Credit Reporting Act, and False Claims Act disputes. Most recently, he has represented clients in consumer class litigation, including in multidistrict proceedings.
Kamal also maintains an active pro bono practice. His experience includes work with the D.C. Bar Advice & Referral Clinic and the Landlord Tenant Resource Center where he provides legal services to under-represented communities in the Washington, D.C. area. Kamal currently represents a client in the District of Columbia Superior Court in child custody proceedings.
Bose resolves trademark and unfair competition lawsuit against competitor over new product
Bose Corporation hired Jones Day to defend it against trademark infringement and unfair competition claims relating to Bose’s new conversation-enhancing product, Hearphones, and plaintiff Doppler Labs’ Here Buds product.
Yazaki defends against automotive wire harness antitrust class actions
Jones Day represents Yazaki North America and Yazaki Corporation in connection with numerous antitrust class action complaints alleging that Yazaki and other auto parts manufacturers violated the Sherman Act by engaging in bid-rigging and price-fixing in sales of automotive wire harnesses and related products.
- Spring 2015Keeping It Simple: Finding Falsity Under the False Claims Act, 36 Whittier L. Rev. 431
- University of Michigan (J.D. cum laude 2014; Articles Editor, Michigan Journal of Environmental and Administrative Law); Lake Forest College (B.A. in Economics cum laude 2008)
- District of Columbia and Illinois