Anthony Jankoski assists clients facing civil litigation of all forms, including class actions, defamation, and commercial property and landlord/tenant disputes.

Civil Litigation

Anthony has supported clients with consumer class actions in the automotive industry and TCPA class actions, among other types of class actions. He guides clients through the process of formulating strategies, researching and drafting motions and drafting class settlement agreements. He has experience with landlord/tenant disputes and litigation, including easement disputes. Anthony guides manufacturers through the defense of warranty claims, and he provides defamation litigation and liability counseling for clients in the media industry.

Prior Experience

Anthony served as a judicial extern to Chief Judge Ruben Castillo of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois. He also was a summer associate at Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP, during which time he drafted memoranda on issues in matters involving the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), tax evasion, the False Claims Act, patent infringement and questions regarding due process, equal protection and the Commerce Clause.

Personal Interests

Anthony enjoys traveling to new places and most recently has visited Uganda and Kenya.


Bar Admissions

District of Columbia

Court Admissions

U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland


Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law
J.D. cum laude, Northwestern Journal of Law and Social Policy (managing executive editor) (2019)

University of Maryland
B.A. magna cum laude (2016)

Insights & Events

Blog Post February 2024

Middle District of Florida Analyzes Standing for Professional Plaintiffs

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Blog Post November 2023

Ninth Circuit Clarifies Standards for Certifying a Class and Determining Treble Damages Under TCPA

1 min read  
Blog Post May 2023

Eastern District of Pennsylvania Holds That Differentiating Service Is an “Advertisement” and Defendant’s Intent in Sending Fax Is Irrelevant

1 min read  
Blog Post April 2023

Texas District Court Rejects “Influence Liability” Workaround to FCC Exemption for Research and Surveys

2 min read  
Blog Post June 2022

ATDS Status Turns on Capability of Dialing Equipment, Not Actual Use, Third Circuit Holds—But Liability Turns on Actual Use, Not Mere Capability

1 min read  
Blog Post May 2022

State AGs Fail in Objections to Proposed Settlement in Class Action Challenging Godiva’s Labeling Practices

2 min read  
Blog Post May 2022

Internal DNC Policies Not Prerequisite to Using EBR Defense, Ohio Southern District Holds

1 min read  
Blog Post March 2022

Texts Regarding COVID Vaccine Eligibility Are Not Actionable Under TCPA, Texas Northern District Holds

1 min read  
Blog Post March 2022

Personal Cell Phones May Qualify as “Residential Telephones” Subject to DNC Rules, but Calls Made to a Pre-produced List Are Not ATDS Calls, Texas Northern District Holds

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Blog Post January 2022

“Pretext” Theory Could Turn Calls Regarding Free Health Care Services into Prohibited Solicitations, District of New Jersey Holds

1 min read  
Other Perspectives

Firm Blog Contributions

  • TCPA Blog – a resource analyzing TCPA-related litigation and regulatory developments
  • TCAM Today – uncomplicated, practical, day-to-day advice about how to build, protect or monetize a brand


  • Great North Innocence Project — Pro Bono Champions of the Year, 2023
  • Faegre Drinker — Pro Bono Honor Roll, 2020-23
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