Anthony J.Dick


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Anthony Dick's practice focuses on constitutional, appellate, and complex civil litigation. He has successfully briefed several cases in the United States Supreme Court and has argued cases in multiple federal district courts and U.S. Courts of Appeals, including in the Second, Fourth, Sixth, Seventh, Ninth, Tenth, and D.C. Circuits.

Anthony has worked on several high-profile First Amendment matters, including those involving free speech and Anti-SLAPP laws.

Before joining the Firm, Anthony served as a law clerk to Justice Samuel A. Alito Jr. of the United States Supreme Court and Judge Thomas B. Griffith of the United States Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit.

Anthony is a member of the Edward Coke Appellate Inn of Court.


  • IBM wins Second Circuit victory rejecting wave of challenges to timeliness provision in arbitration agreementJones Day successfully defended International Business Machine Corporation ("IBM") in dozens of lawsuits seeking to invalidate a key provision in an arbitration agreement.
  • Glacier Northwest wins Supreme Court decision holding that NLRA does not protect intentional property destructionOn behalf of Glacier Northwest, Inc., Jones Day persuaded the U.S. Supreme Court that the National Labor Relations Act ("NLRA") does not impliedly preempt a state tort claim against a union for intentionally destroying an employer's property in the course of labor strike.
  • Spirit Airlines' successful motion to dismiss quickly affirmed by 11th CircuitThe 11th Circuit affirmed Jones Day client Spirit Airlines Inc.'s successful motion to dismiss regarding their opening a new Operations Control Center (OCC) in Orlando, Florida.
  • U.S. Chamber of Commerce files amicus brief challenging Consumer Product Safety Commission ruleJones Day filed an amicus brief in the D.C. Circuit on behalf of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce in a case challenging the Consumer Product Safety Commission's recent mandatory rule regarding custom window coverings.
  • Railroad employers successfully challenge application of California's paid leave lawOn behalf of a group of railroad employers, Jones Day prevailed in a Ninth Circuit appeal concerning federal preemption.
  • Consumer organization successfully challenges structure of Consumer Product Safety CommissionJones Day successfully represented a consumer organization in a constitutional challenge to the structure of the Consumer Product Safety Commission.
  • Community Financial Services Association of America wins dismissal of lawsuit challenging repeal of CFPB restrictions on payday lendingOn behalf of Community Financial Services Association of America (CFSA), Jones Day successfully intervened in litigation filed by an advocacy group challenging the repeal of certain provisions of a 2017 Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) rule concerning payday, vehicle title, and certain high-cost installment loans.
  • Employer challenges OSHA under nondelegation doctrineJones Day represents Allstates Refractory Contractors, LLC in challenging the United States Occupational Safety and Health Administration's (OSHA) statute as a violation of the nondelegation doctrine.
  • Amici-professors' arguments adopted in Seventh Circuit en banc decision in First Amendment caseJones Day submitted an amicus brief on behalf of a group of professors in support of the defendants-appellants in an appeal concerning the proper scope of the First Amendment’s ministerial exception.
  • Arizona Republican Party obtains landmark U.S. Supreme Court decisionIn a landmark decision on July 1, 2021, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled 6-3 in favor of Jones Day’s client, the Arizona Republican Party, by upholding Arizona’s ban on ballot harvesting and its rule that in-person voters must cast ballots in their assigned precincts.
  • Catholic Archdiocese of Washington obtains preliminary injunction against D.C. worship restrictionsJones Day represented the Catholic Archdiocese of Washington in obtaining a preliminary injunction against the District of Columbia's COVID-related restrictions on the number of people who can attend indoor worship services.
  • National Review prevails in high-profile defamation caseJones Day secured a favorable ruling at summary judgment for defendant National Review, Inc., in a long-running and high-profile defamation case brought by climate scientist Dr. Michael Mann.
  • Fox's dismissal of defamation and intentional infliction of emotional distress claims brought by former employee affirmed by D.C. CircuitJones Day successfully represented Fox News and its CEO, Suzanne Scott, in an action brought by a former employee alleging defamation and intentional infliction of emotional distress claims in federal court in the District of Columbia.
  • Amici-professors' arguments adopted in Supreme Court decision in First Amendment caseJones Day submitted an amicus brief in support of the petitioners on behalf of a group of law professors in two consolidated U.S. Supreme Court cases concerning the proper scope of the First Amendment's "ministerial exception."
  • Fox defeats first amendment lawsuit relating to COVID-19 news coverageJones Day successfully defended Fox Corporation and Fox News in a First Amendment lawsuit filed in state court in Seattle, Washington in April 2020.
  • Eleven members of Congress file amicus brief in support of Philadelphia community in high-profile appealJones Day represents eleven members of Congress who filed an amicus brief in the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit in support of the United States and a Philadelphia community in a case of first impression under the Controlled Substances Act.
  • Bridget Kelly obtains Supreme Court decision unanimously reversing "Bridgegate" convictionsIn a victory for Jones Day client Bridget Kelly, the Supreme Court unanimously reversed Ms. Kelly's convictions for federal property fraud, decisively rejecting the Department of Justice's legal theory.
  • Republican House leaders and Financial Services Committee members argue that Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's structure violates Constitution's separation of powersJones Day is representing House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, Minority Whip Steve Scalise, and twenty-five Republican members of the House Financial Services Committee as amici in a U.S. Supreme Court challenge to the constitutionality of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB).
  • UPMC prevails in trial before Commonwealth Court of PennsylvaniaJones Day won a bench trial on behalf of the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center ("UPMC"), one of the nation's preeminent integrated healthcare systems.
  • Massachusetts Railroad Group obtains court ruling that federal law preempts Massachusetts' paid sick leave lawOn June 23, 2017, the First Circuit ruled in favor of a coalition of railroads represented by Jones Day, holding that the Railroad Unemployment Insurance Act ("RUIA") partially preempts Massachusetts' paid sick leave law, the Earned Sick Time Law ("ESTL").