Overview Experience Events News Intelligence Jonathan W. Garlough Senior Counsel jgarlough foley.com Download vCard Jonathan Garlough is senior counsel and a litigation lawyer with Foley & Lardner LLP. Mr. Garlough has extensive experience with class action litigation, and has advised and assisted clients in numerous labor and employment, RICO, environmental, intellectual property, securities fraud, mortgage fraud, and breach of contract disputes. He is a member of the Business Litigation & Dispute Resolution Practice. Representative Experience Successfully petitioning the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit for rehearing en banc and obtaining dismissal of a request for injunctive relief pursuant to the federal Tax Injunction Act. Represented wide range of participants in health care industry, including PBMs, pharmacies, medical device manufacturers, and billing and coding specialists, in litigation and arbitration throughout the United States. Secured seminal ruling from federal court that state prompt pay law did not apply to third-party payor. Securing dismissal in a series of class action multi-state lawsuits filed in California, Arizona, and Nevada federal courts challenging foundational components of the secondary mortgage market. Obtaining summary judgment in Illinois state and federal courts on wage and hour claims involving donning and doffing of work clothing and equipment. Mr. Garlough has also advised clients in connection with white collar defense and government investigations involving Anti-Kickback, Stark Act and other claims of fraud, and has conducted internal investigations concerning alleged violations of state and federal laws. Mr. Garlough has appeared in state and federal courts in Illinois, Arizona, California, Iowa, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Nevada, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia. He has represented clients in the United States Supreme Court and the United States Courts of Appeals for the Fourth, Sixth, Seventh, and Ninth Circuits. Mr. Garlough has also made a significant commitment to pro bono work. Mr. Garlough has argued before the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit and the Department of Justice’s Immigration Court in Chicago, and represented a public university before the Seventh Circuit in a complex First Amendment challenge to the University’s distribution of student activity funding. Prior to joining Foley, Mr. Garlough was a judicial clerk for the Hon. Richard A. Griffin in the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, where he performed research and provided consultation for criminal and civil appeals. Mr. Garlough has also worked as a judicial clerk for the Hon. Tu M. Pham, United States Magistrate Judge for the Western District of Tennessee. Recognition Mr. Garlough has been selected for inclusion in the 2014 - 2016 Illinois Super Lawyers–Rising Stars® Editions.* Publications Mr. Garlough is a contributor to the Chicago Law Bulletin, InsideCounsel, the annual employment law treatise, The Law Guide – Employee Relations Law for Illinois Employers, published by MRA – The Management Association, Inc., and the 2009 update of the practice treatise Secured Transactions, published by the Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education. In addition, Mr. Garlough is the author of "Weighing in on the Wine Wars: What the European Union Can Teach Us About the Direct Shipment Controversy," 46 Wm. & Mary L. Rev 1533 (2005) and co-author of “SEC Modifies Settlement Language For Cases Involving Criminal Convictions,” Financier Worldwide Magazine (July 2012). Education Mr. Garlough graduated from William and Mary School of Law (J.D., 2005), where he served as articles editor of the William and Mary Law Review and was named a Benjamin Rush Scholar for his scholarship in health care law. He earned his B.A., with distinction, from the University of Michigan (2002). Admissions Mr. Garlough is admitted to practice in Illinois and Indiana. *The Illinois Supreme Court does not recognize certifications of specialties in the practice of law and no award or recognition is a requirement to practice law in Illinois.