Robert N.Stander

Associate

Washington + 1.202.879.7628

Robert Stander's practice focuses on appellate litigation and dispositive motions. He has briefed cases in various federal courts and has argued cases in the Sixth and Seventh Circuits. Robert represents individual and corporate clients in a broad range of matters, including constitutional and criminal cases, challenges to government regulation, antitrust actions, and intellectual property disputes.

Prior to joining Jones Day, Robert served as a judicial clerk on the U.S. Supreme Court, the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals, and the Utah Supreme Court.

Experience

  • U.S. Chamber of Commerce achieves victory in antitrust challenge to Seattle for-hire driver collective-bargaining ordinanceJones Day represented the U.S. Chamber of Commerce in a lawsuit challenging a collective-bargaining ordinance enacted by the City of Seattle.
  • Premier Health Partners wins antitrust appeal in Sixth Circuit, affirming dismissal of suit targeting managed care contracts with insurersJones Day client Premier Health Partners obtained a win in an important antitrust appeal before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit.
  • Community Financial Services Association of America challenges CFPB rule on payday lendingJones Day is representing the Community Financial Services Association of America in a federal lawsuit seeking to set aside the 2017 Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) rule concerning payday, vehicle title, and certain high-cost installment loans.
  • Appellant prevails in Seventh Circuit prisoner-rights appealJones Day successfully represented the appellant in a prisoner-rights case in the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals.
  • Petitioner prevails in Sixth Circuit habeas appealJones Day successfully represented the petitioner in a habeas corpus case in the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals.
  • Electrolux attempts acquisition of GE appliances businessJones Day represented Swedish appliance maker AB Electrolux as antitrust and labor counsel in its attempted $3.3 billion acquisition of the appliances business of General Electric.
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