Tony Fares has litigation experience in numerous areas of law including breach of contract, intellectual property, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, environmental law, energy regulation, and employment law. He represents companies in state and federal courts and in internal investigations. He has drafted and filed motions to compel and ex parte applications in California state courts, prepared for and participated in depositions, and managed all aspects of fact and expert discovery.
Tony also maintains an active pro bono practice and represents veterans in front of the Naval Discharge Review Board.
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.
- Columbia University (J.D. 2017; Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar; Columbia Journal of Environmental Law); University of California, Los Angeles (B.A. magna cum laude 2012; UCLA College Honors; Phi Beta Kappa)