John A. Conway
John A. Conway

(574) 968 0966
jconway@lck-law.com

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John represents plaintiffs and defendants in a broad range of commercial cases, including breach of contract, fraud and misrepresentation, construction, intellectual property and employment. He has also represented both plaintiffs and defendants in personal injury and products liability cases and defendants in Federal criminal matters.

From 1994 to 2008, John practiced in Dallas, Texas for the firms of Sayles Werbner, PC and Jones Day. John graduated from the University of Notre Dame with a degree in mechanical engineering and with a law degree from Southern Methodist University magna cum laude. In law school, John served as Editor-in-Chief of the SMU Law Review Association's Journal of Air and Commerce, was elected to the Barristers, and was a member of the Order of the Coif. He clerked for the Honorable A. Joe Fish of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas. Before becoming an attorney, John worked as a mechanical engineer in Chicago. He is admitted to practice in Indiana and Texas.

As an attorney in private practice since 1994, John has represented:

  • institutional investors in trial and through appeal in a case involving the wrongful redemption of over $250 million in corporate bonds;
  • the family of a teenager in trial and through appeal who suffered traumatic injuries in a bus crash.
  • a worker seriously injured on defective airport equipment.
  • a Fortune 500 client in a technically and legally complex case involving the defective construction of the corporate headquarters.
  • a national restaurant franchisor in a variety of business and personal injury lawsuits across the United States.
  • the family of a billboard worker who was electrocuted on the job.
  • several manufacturers in defense of product liability claims, including motor boats, agricultural equipment and garage door openers.
  • individuals in partnership, breach of fiduciary duty and minority shareholder oppression claims.
  • a semi-conductor manufacturer in multiple-related patent infringement actions against a competitor.
  • a magazine publisher against a competitor in a trademark infringement and unfair competition case in connection with the publisher's magazine title.
  • a general contractor in a multi-million dollar dispute in connection with the construction of a hospital.
  • plaintiffs and defendants in premises liability cases.

John serves as an adjunct professor of law at the Notre Dame Law School where he teaches in the trial skills program, including Intensive Trial Advocacy and Deposition Skills.

John has been recognized as a Super Lawyer by Texas Monthly magazine. He is AV rated (the highest legal rating available) for excellence by the leading law firm rating service, Martindale-Hubbell.