Andrew T.Mikac

Associate

Washington + 1.202.879.5410

Andrew Mikac's practice focuses on complex commercial litigation, motions practice, and appeals. He has represented clients in diverse issues such as corporate control, contract and employment disputes, pharmaceutical and medical care pricing litigation, and claims brought under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA). Andrew has experience in all stages of litigation, including case initiation, negotiating and finalizing settlement, and final appeal. In addition, Andrew advises clients in heavily regulated industries on issues of administrative law and state and federal legislative action, including by developing proactive litigation strategies and adjusting business practices to meet the demands of an ever-shifting legal landscape.

Before joining Jones Day in 2017, Andrew served as a judicial clerk on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit. His clerkship experience exposed him to a wide variety of civil and criminal matters at the federal appellate level. Before attending law school, Andrew was a Teach For America (TFA) corps member in Charlotte, North Carolina, where he taught high school social studies and coached track and field.

Experience

  • Directors of religious nonprofit defend breach of fiduciary duty claims and the First AmendmentJones Day is defending Dr. Hyun Jin Moon in D.C. Superior Court against claims he breached his fiduciary duty to a religious nonprofit corporation.
  • Notre Dame obtains reversal and complete victory in suit by fired tenured professorIn the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, Jones Day secured a unanimous complete victory for the University of Notre Dame du Lac in a suit by a tenured professor, Oliver Collins, who challenged on several grounds his removal for having misused grant money.
  • Air Evac's summary judgment victory affirmed in Fourth CircuitJones Day represented Global Medical Response, Inc. subsidiary Air Evac EMS, Inc. ("Air Evac"), which sued the State of West Virginia seeking to enjoin it from applying limits on reimbursement for air ambulance services to patients who are either covered by workers' compensation insurance or public employee insurance, as well as from prohibiting "balance-billing" of policy-holders.
  • Air Evac wins full dismissal of consumer class action in West VirginiaJones Day is representing a network of life-saving emergency air transport carriers that includes Air Evac EMS, Inc. against claims filed in various jurisdictions around the country that allege the air ambulance carriers charge improper fees for their services.
  • Air Evac obtains affirmation of dismissal of putative class action by Tenth CircuitJones Day represents Global Medical Response, Inc. subsidiary Air Evac EMS, Inc. ("Air Evac") against claims filed on behalf of a putative class of consumers in Oklahoma alleging Air Evac charges improper fees for its services.
  • Air Evac's district court dismissal of putative class action affirmed in Eighth CircuitJones Day represents Global Medical Response, Inc. subsidiary Air Evac EMS, Inc. ("Air Evac") against claims filed on behalf of a putative class of consumers in Arkansas alleging Air Evac charges improper fees for its services.
  • Air Evac wins motion for summary judgment and permanent injunction against the State of TexasJones Day represents Global Medical Response, Inc. subsidiary Air Evac EMS, Inc. ("Air Evac"), an air ambulance carrier, in a federal lawsuit against various Texas state officials who administer the state's workers'-compensation system.
  • Med-Trans wins full dismissal of consumer class action in FloridaJones Day represents a network of life-saving emergency air transport carriers that includes Med-Trans Corp. (“Med-Trans”) against claims filed in various jurisdictions around the United States alleging that air ambulance carriers charge improper fees for their services.
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