Michael S. Fried

Mike Fried has extensive experience with appellate litigation and has focused, among other areas, in constitutional law, antitrust, and intellectual property. The National Law Journal has called Mike a "nimble" oral advocate, and he has argued cases at all levels of the federal judiciary, including the United States Supreme Court, United States Courts of Appeals, and federal district courts. He has been profiled as the "Appellate Lawyer of the Week" in The National Law Journal, and The Legal 500 has listed him as a recommended lawyer for Supreme Court and appellate litigation and for commercial litigation.

Mike recently argued Taniguchi v. Kan Pacific in the United States Supreme Court, a significant statutory interpretation case under 28 U.S.C. section 1920 addressing the allocation of costs between the parties in civil litigation in which Jones Day's client prevailed 6-3. [1]