James P.Joseph II

Associate

Detroit + 1.313.230.7923

James Joseph focuses his practice on helping clients resolve complex commercial disputes. He has helped domestic and international clients navigate their way through both commercial and criminal law issues. James has represented clients in diverse matters such as federal antitrust, trademark infringement, business torts, franchise disputes, contract disputes, immigration law, and federal criminal law. He also has investigative experience, navigating criminal and civil investigations alike for clients.

James frequently represents clients such as automotive manufacturers and tier-one suppliers in disputes involving commercial contracts, franchise agreements, and technology licensing.

James has an active pro bono practice and enjoys helping clients expunge prior criminal records.

Experience

  • Chevron to buy Pasadena Refining System for $350 million from Petrobras America Inc.Jones Day is advising Chevron U.S.A. Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Chevron Corporation, in its purchase of all of the equity interests of Pasadena Refining System Inc. (“PRSI”) and PRSI Trading, LLC from Petrobras America Inc. for $350 million, subject to adjustments for working capital.
  • Rite Aid Corporation sells 1,932 stores, three distribution centers, and related inventory to Walgreens Boots Alliance for $4.4 billion in cash.Jones Day advised Rite Aid Corporation as Antitrust counsel in the sale of 1,932 stores, three distribution centers, and related inventory to Walgreens Boots Alliance, Inc. for $4.4 billion in cash.
  • GM resolves lawsuit brought by Cadillac dealership over proposed termination of dealer agreementOn behalf of General Motors LLC, Jones Day negotiated a voluntary dismissal of a lawsuit brought by one of the nation's largest Cadillac dealerships regarding the proposed termination of the dealer's distribution agreement.
  • Board of Trustees conducts internal investigation into allegations that football program covered up sexual assault incidentsJones Day was retained by the Board of Trustees of a national university to conduct an internal investigation into whether the university's Division 1 football program violated university policy and other laws by covering up incidents of sexual assault involving football players.
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