Rebecca WernickeAnthony


Dallas + 1.214.969.4886

Rebecca Anthony is an experienced commercial litigator who represents clients in a range of complex litigation matters, including internal investigations, government enforcement proceedings, consumer class actions, and high-stakes multidistrict litigation. She has experience in all stages of litigation, including drafting dispositive motions, preparing for and taking depositions, arguing pretrial motions, working with experts, and drafting appellate briefs.

Rebecca's recent work includes representing a national pharmacy in nationwide litigation relating to opioid dispensing and distribution practices. Rebecca's experience also includes representing Experian, one of the three national credit reporting agencies in the United States, as lead counsel in more than 30 cases brought in state and federal courts across the country.

Rebecca maintains an active pro bono practice. She recently served as lead trial counsel for a Venezuelan woman fleeing persecution by the Maduro regime based on her political opinion and successfully obtained asylum for the client.


  • Wells Fargo resolves derivative and putative class action claims alleging wrongdoing with respect to 272 residential mortgage-backed securities trustsJones Day successfully resolved three putative class actions filed by institutional investors in 272 residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS) trusts.
  • Expedia,, Egencia, and Hotwire prevail on summary judgment in hotel tax caseJones Day recently secured an important summary judgment victory for Expedia, Inc. (WA),, Egencia, and Hotwire, Inc. on claims brought by Illinois municipalities for allegedly unpaid hotel occupancy taxes.
  • Global financial institution conducts internal investigation into allegations of money launderingJones Day represented a global financial institution in an internal investigation into allegations of money laundering.
  • Expedia,, and Hotwire, online travel companies, defend nationwide litigation that sought to extend hotel room rental taxes to their internet travel reservation servicesJones Day represented Expedia,, and Hotwire in multiple individual and class action cases filed in federal and state courts across the country involving claims by state and local municipalities that online travel companies were subject to hotel room rental taxes and sought to collect back taxes on reservations for hotel stays in their jurisdictions.
  • February 2015 Commentary

    FCPA Year in Review: 2014