Zach Tschida’s practice focuses on antitrust and complex civil litigation.
He has advised in a number of class action lawsuits and multidistrict litigations.
Zach joined the firm in 2017. He was a resident of the Washington, D.C. office from 2017 to 2021.
Keurig in ongoing monopolization litigation brought by competitors, individual purchasers, and purported class action plaintiffs in multidistrict litigation in S.D.N.Y.
Bosch in multidistrict litigation in N.D. Cal., and other class actions in E.D. Michigan, against complex RICO and fraud claims arising from the use of its software in diesel vehicles; obtained complete summary judgment victory, defeating all claims brought by Volkswagen franchised dealerships, which was upheld on appeal by the Ninth Circuit
Swedish Match North America LLC in its successful defense of monopolization claims in C.D. Cal.
América Móvil in the $6.25 billion sale of its wholly owned subsidiary, TracFone Wireless, to Verizon Communications; approved after an administrative trial before the California Public Utility Commission
Pro Bono Defense Experience
Secured a new trial and vacatur of nine armed robbery convictions for client who received ineffective assistance of counsel from his original defense counsel
Obtained compassionate release and 45-year sentence reduction for client on the grounds that client received a disproportionately punitive sentence
Defended indigent clients accused of attempted murder, arson, fraud, and other criminal charges while on secondment to the Office of the Federal Public Defender for the Eastern District of Virginia