C. Kevin Marshall

C. Kevin Marshall

Partner, Jones Day

Kevin Marshall provides clients analysis, strategy, and advocacy involving novel or complex legal issues, particularly in white collar and other compliance matters and in civil litigation arising out of criminal matters or alleged fraud. This includes appeals, dispositive and other critical motions, and prelitigation analyses.

Kevin oversaw trial and appellate briefing, and argued on appeal, in the successful defense of lawsuits arising out of the wiretapping prosecution of a private investigator who had served Jones Day's clients. He also has overseen briefing of, and successfully argued, motions for R.J. Reynolds in connection with arbitration under the Federal Arbitration Act, and the partial settlement, of billion dollar disputes with states under the Master Settlement Agreement. His assistance with investigations and related litigation has included the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, false claims acts, RICO, civil and criminal fraud, reckless manslaughter, and the intersection of products liability and bankruptcy. Kevin was part of the team representing the National Federation of Independent Business in challenging the constitutionality of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act before the Eleventh Circuit and U.S. Supreme Court. He also has advised on and briefed issues under the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA).

Before joining Jones Day, Kevin was a deputy assistant attorney general in the U.S. Department of Justice's Office of Legal Counsel. He provided authoritative written legal opinions and other legal advice, throughout the executive branch, on the Constitution, treaties, international law including the law of war, and federal statutes and regulations. He also testified three times before Congress.


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