Joseph B. G. Fay counsels clients defending class actions and facing other complex litigation problems, in a wide variety of contexts. He has advised clients in the oil, insurance, financial services, pharmaceutical, railroad, airline, and professional sports industries in antitrust and other class action disputes, working closely with Morgan Lewis colleagues in all our litigating practices around the country.
In 35 years of defending class actions in a broad range of industries and courts, Joe has represented many of the nation’s largest companies in antitrust, products liability, ERISA, employment, wage and hour, and securities litigation. He is the principal author of the chapter devoted to class action waivers in arbitration in A Practitioner’s Guide to Class Actions, published by the American Bar Association, and one of the draftsmen of the class action chapter in Business and Commercial Litigation in the Federal Courts, published by Thomson/West.
Georgetown University Law Center, 1980, J.D.
Harvard University, 1976, A.B.
Awards and Affiliations
Recognized, Commercial Litigation, Philadelphia; Litigation – Antitrust, Philadelphia, The Best Lawyers in America (2007–2019)
Member, American Bar Association, Antitrust Section