Major corporate clients and their boards have called on lawyers in Jones Day’s Cleveland Office for decades to serve as the principal legal advisors. Our clients range from significant private entities to Fortune 500 corporations, with matters national and international in scope.
- Clients served by Jones Day's Cleveland Office benefit from our lawyers' in-depth knowledge of sophisticated transactions, regulatory challenges, and complex trial and appellate litigation in the following areas: antitrust; banking and finance; bankruptcy and restructuring; cybersecurity and data protection; employee benefits and executive compensation, energy, health care and life sciences, insurance recovery, intellectual property, investigations and white collar defense, labor and employment, M&A, private equity, real estate, securities enforcement, and tax.
- Clients with complex matters have complete access to multioffice, targeted teams in the United States, Europe, Asia, Australia, and Latin America.
- The Cleveland Office provides a multitude of pro bono legal services for local nonprofit organizations, including the Legal Aid Society of Cleveland.
- Alongside our clients, Cleveland lawyers serve on the boards of the region's key civic, charitable, and educational institutions, including the Cleveland Orchestra, Playhouse Square, the American Red Cross, Greater Cleveland Partnership, and Cleveland State University.
A History of Client Service and Community Commitment
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Cooper Tire & Rubber to be sold to The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company for approximately $2.5 billion enterprise value
Cleveland-Cliffs completes $1 billion Senior Guaranteed Notes offering and redeems $531.4 million outstanding Senior Notes
OGE Energy being advised in unit-for-unit merger of Enable Midstream Partners LP by Energy Transfer LP for $7.2 billion
American Industrial Partners to acquire High Pressure Solutions Segment of Ingersoll Rand for $300 million
Digital health companies, specialty hospitals, and health systems maintain compliance with multistate requirements through 50-state survey
Energy Sector Update: More Bankruptcy Courts Join the Fray in Dispute Over Rejection of Gas Gathering Agreements
Second Circuit: Madoff Ponzi Scheme Customers Did Not Receive Fictitious Profit Payments "For Value"