Jeffrey A. LeVee

Jeff LeVee's practice focuses on complex business and class action litigation, antitrust litigation, health care litigation, and antitrust counseling. He has successfully litigated and arbitrated matters in courts and other administrative bodies throughout the United States. His clients include health care providers, pharmaceutical companies, retailers, telecommunications companies, manufacturers, and technology companies.

Jeff has successfully defended dozens of class action lawsuits, including a successful jury verdict following a trial on antitrust claims brought by a certified consumer class against Macy's. He has represented several health care providers in various litigation matters related to the provision and pricing of health care services, including a successful jury verdict (affirmed on appeal) following a seven-week trial in 2012 on behalf of Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital in an antitrust lawsuit. In addition, Jeff has defended all litigation and adversary proceedings brought against ICANN (the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) since Jones Day assisted in the formation of ICANN in 1998, including a successful Ninth Circuit decision in 2015 dismissing antitrust and other claims against ICANN. [1]