John Jasnoch's practice areas include securities and antitrust class actions, shareholder derivative actions, and other complex litigation. Mr. Jasnoch represented plaintiffs in In re Washington Mutual Mortgage-Backed Securities Litigation, Case No. 2:09-cv-00037 (W.D. Washington), a case that was litigated through summary judgment and settled on the eve of trial for $26 million. Mr. Jasnoch was also one of the lead attorneys that secured a $7.68 million settlement in In re Pacific Biosciences Securities Litigation, Case No. CIV509210 (San Mateo County, California). Other cases Mr. Jasnoch has worked on that have achieved notable results include: West Palm Beach Police Pension Fund v. Cardionet, Inc., Case No. 37-2010-00086836-CU-SL-CTL (San Diego County, California) ($7.25 million settlement), Hodges v. Akeena Solar, 09-cv-2147 (N.D. Cal.) ($4.77 million settlement), Plymouth County Contributory Ret. Sys. v. Hassan, No. 08-1022 (D.N.J.) (corporate governance reform), and In re HQ Sustainable Maritime Industries, Inc., Derivative Litigation, Case No. 11-2-16742-9 (King County, Washington) ($2.75 million settlement).
Mr. Jasnoch is also involved in the firm's healthcare practice group, currently representing institutional investors in In re DaVita Healthcare Partners, Inc. Derivative Litigation, Case No. 12-cv-2074 (D. Co.) and City of Omaha Police and Fire Pension Fund v. LHC Group, Case No. 12-cv-1609 (W.D. La.).
As an active member of the Consumer Attorneys of California, Mr. Jasnoch has prepared and submitted successful amicus curie briefs to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, including on California's Anti-SLAPP law and consumer protection issues.
Mr. Jasnoch graduated cum laude from Creighton University with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science in 2007. He received his Juris Doctorate from The University of Nebraska College of Law in 2011 and is a member of the California Bar.