Jones Day's Tiffany Lipscomb-Jackson named an "Outstanding Diversity Champion" by Columbus Business First

Tiffany Lipscomb-Jackson, a partner in Jones Day's Business & Tort Litigation practice, was named an "Outstanding Diversity Champion" by Columbus Business First. The accolade, one of the publication's Diversity in Business Awards, recognizes the work of inclusive individuals and organizations in Central Ohio.

Based in the Firm's Columbus Office, Ms. Lipscomb-Jackson is a seasoned commercial litigator with substantial experience in the petroleum, pharmaceutical, and automotive industries, with a focus on antitrust and competition issues. She has extensive experience with multijurisdictional and multiparty matters alleging bid-rigging, price-fixing, and illegal monopolization brought by private plaintiffs and state attorneys general. Currently, she is leading a team defending a private university against claims brought by a putative nationwide class arising out of the university's decision to move to online education in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and is heading efforts to defeat class certification in a series of utility class actions pending in federal and state court.

Ms. Lipscomb-Jackson maintains an active pro bono practice and is a mentor and supports young diverse lawyers and law students, including volunteering as an adjunct professor at The Ohio State University's Moritz College of Law and the University of Wisconsin School of Law. With a steadfast and unwavering commitment to the advancement of women and people of color, she leads by example and develops and promotes diversity programs and policies within the Firm and for clients.

Jones Day is a global law firm with more than 2,400 lawyers in 40 offices across five continents. The Firm is distinguished by: a singular tradition of client service; the mutual commitment to, and the seamless collaboration of, a true partnership; formidable legal talent across multiple disciplines and jurisdictions; and shared professional values that focus on client needs.