Jerry Madden is a seasoned and successful litigator, uniquely qualified to handle complex commercial and financial-institution regulatory matters in the federal courts and the courts of the State of Ohio. He has extensive civil trial, litigation and appellate experience in the federal courts as lead counsel in suits seeking hundreds of millions of dollars or involving high-profile questions of law.
Jerry has been involved in well over a hundred appeals in the federal appellate courts and has presented oral argument in more than 30 appeals, including argument in all thirteen federal appellate courts in the nation.
As counsel for an appellant, he achieved a reversal rate of 88%. The reversal rate in 2015 for all civil cases decided by the federal appellate courts was approximately 15%.*
Jerry has significant Supreme Court practice experience having worked closely with the Office of the Solicitor General while at Justice and the FDIC in drafting briefs and preparing associate solicitors for argument in four high-profile cases affecting the regulation of the nation’s approximately 7,000 banks.
Jerry earned his J.D. summa cum laude from the University of Dayton School of Law, where he was Editor-in-Chief of the Law Review, and earned a Masters in Law (LL.M.) degree from Georgetown University Law Center in securities and financial regulation.