Education & Honors

University of Michigan Law School, J.D., 2012, Magna Cum Laude

Order of the Coif

Saul L. Nadler Memorial Award

Naval Officer, active duty full time during law school

United States Naval Academy, B.S., 2003, with Merit

Cox Fund Scholar:  Studied Russian language in Tver, Russia

Government service

Judicial Law Clerk, Honorable Raymond M. Kethledge, United States Court of Appeals, Sixth Circuit, 2013-2014

Bar admissions



Joseph W. Doman

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Professional Practice

Bartlit Beck Herman Palenchar & Scott, LLP, 2015-Present, Associate

Schiff Hardin LLP, 2014-2015, Associate

Cases tried or otherwise taken to judgment

U.S. Airways v. Sabre Inc. et al. (S.D.N.Y.) 

Trial counsel for Sabre in antitrust action relating to the display of US Airways’ fares in Sabre’s Global Distribution System.  Two-month jury trial resulting in defense verdict on one claim and damages of 1% of what Plaintiff had originally sought on second claim. 

Milo & Gabby, LLC v., Inc. (W.D. Wash.)
Trial counsel for in a patent infringement suit.  Secured complete defense verdict for Amazon in a jury trial concerning whether Amazon is liable for patent infringement when third-party sellers offer and sell infringing products on

Click here for Law360 article.

Click here for Geekwire article.

Click here for the jury's verdict.

Representative cases

Foreign Trade Corp., d/b/a Technocel v. Otter Products, LLC, et al; Otter Products, LLC v. H.L. Dalis, Inc.; Otter Products, LLC v. Wireless Xcessories Group, Inc., (U.S. District Court, D. Colorado)

Represented OtterBox in antitrust cases brought by former distributors alleging violations of Section 1 in connection with distribution agreements and an alleged group boycott. Motion to dismiss granted in February 2017 dismissing all antitrust claims against OtterBox.

JustStaff, Inc. et al v. BR Printers, Inc. et al (AAA Arbitration)

Lead trial counsel for BR Printers, Inc. in breach of contract action. After hearing in September 2016, the parties settled with claimant withdrawing its claim and recovering nothing.