AnthonyFares (Tony)


San Diego + 1.858.314.1154

Tony Fares represents clients in complex civil litigation in federal and state courts, arbitrations, and internal investigations. He has experience in all stages of litigation, including fact and expert discovery, motion practice, and trial preparation. His experience spans a range of practice areas, including breach of contract, trade secret misappropriation, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), environmental law, and employment law.

Tony also maintains an active pro bono practice and represents asylum seekers in immigration proceedings and veterans in front of the Naval Discharge Review Board.


  • Marine Corps veteran wins honorable dischargeJones Day obtained a discharge upgrade for pro bono client, P.C., a 27-year-old Marine who received a General Discharge Under Honorable Conditions from the U.S. Marine Corps based on a non-disabling mental health condition just four months short of the expiration of his term of active duty service.
  • Venezuelan cousins fleeing political persecution win withholding of removalOn March 17, Jones Day obtained withholding of removal for pro bono clients S and O, twenty-year-old cousins who had been persecuted by the Maduro regime in Venezuela.
  • Qualcomm achieves global settlement with AppleJones Day represented Qualcomm Incorporated against Apple Inc. and four contract manufacturers of Apple devices in a lawsuit involving claims for breach of contract and violations of federal antitrust laws and the California Unfair Competition Law.
  • Qualcomm defeats series of appellate writs by Apple in trade secret litigationJones 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 codeJones Day represented Qualcomm Incorporated and Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. in a lawsuit asserting trade secret misappropriation and breach of contract claims against Apple Inc.
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