Jonathan is a trial lawyer who focuses on complex, high-exposure commercial litigation matters, including, but not limited to, breach of contract, business torts, fraud, antitrust and unfair trade practices, securities fraud, class action defense and consumer fraud. He manages all facets of the adversarial process, including developing pre-litigation strategy, pursuing injunctive relief, and acting as lead counsel through trials and hearings before state and federal courts and administrative agencies throughout the country.
He values collaborating with clients to discover the ways in which litigation can be used to pursue their overall business goals. The variety of potential risks, rewards and outcomes with respect to litigation can seem overwhelming. Jonathan helps his clients to understand all the options and provides them with the advice they need to make the decisions that will best advance their big-picture business objectives.
Jonathan adds his unique value to handling a dispute when the time comes to present a complicated case to a jury, judge or arbitrator. He excels at persuasive storytelling, explaining facts and law and deciphering legal jargon in a way that everyone can understand.
When not serving clients, Jonathan can be found educating the lawyers of tomorrow. He is an adjunct professor of trial advocacy at Northwestern Pritzker School of Law and is also a faculty member of the National Institute for Trial Advocacy.