Andrew C.Bair


Columbus + 1.614.281.3975

Andrew Bair represents clients in complex commercial litigation. He has assisted in a broad range of matters, including contract litigation, antitrust claims, and health care pricing disputes.

Andrew is currently defending a large technical professional services firm in a tort mass action arising from alleged exposure to hazardous materials at a chemical manufacturing plant. He was also part of a team that asserted, and ultimately favorably resolved, claims for breach of an asset purchase agreement on behalf of a leading indoor and hydroponic gardening company.

Andrew maintains an active pro bono practice. As part of Jones Day's Border Project, he was a member of a team that secured a grant of asylum under U.S. immigration law for a woman who fled persecution in her home country. Andrew also participates in Jones Day's initiative to combat human trafficking.

Prior to joining Jones Day, Andrew served as a law clerk for Judge Douglas R. Cole of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Ohio. While in law school at Ohio State, Andrew worked with the Civil Law Clinic and served as vice president of the Intellectual Property Law Society. Before pursuing a career in law, Andrew worked as a laboratory scientist and auditor at a state agency.


  • Hydroponic gardening company obtains favorable resolution of its claims against seller for breaches of asset purchase agreementJones Day obtained resolution of claims by a leading indoor and hydroponic gardening company arising from its purchase of certain assets pursuant to an asset purchase agreement.
  • Eight hospitals reach settlement in arbitration against large health plan for underpaymentsJones Day represented eight hospitals in an arbitration brought against a large health plan for underpayments.