Jonathan is an antitrust partner based in Cadwalader’s Washington, D.C. office. He co-heads the firm’s global Technology Industry Team.
Clients turn to Jonathan for his ability to develop pragmatic solutions to complex problems. A skillful communicator, Jonathan demonstrates a unique talent for simplifying complex legal, economic, and technical issues across a wide range of audiences, including regulators, businesspeople, government officials, and the media.
Industry publications rank Jonathan among the nation’s top antitrust lawyers:
- Chambers USA (individually ranked 2010-present);
- Law360 honored Jonathan as one of the top five antitrust lawyers under the age of 40;
- The Legal 500 recognizes Jonathan for his strength in economic analysis and for "providing practical and high-quality advice" to clients;
- The Washingtonian and Super Lawyers list Jonathan as one of the “best lawyers” in Washington, D.C.; and
- Law360 recognizes Jonathan as one of the nation's "go to" antitrust lawyers for internet and technology companies.
As part of his tech and media practice, Jonathan represents some of the world’s most notable industry participants, including: Microsoft, News Corp, Yelp, Getty Images, Roku, Spotify, Time Inc., AppNexus, and others. In addition, Jonathan advises companies regarding the use of technology and data in traditional industries including healthcare, energy, commodities, retail, and financial services.
Jonathan has substantial experience across a wide range of other industries, including:
- consumer products;
- retail; food, beverage, wine, and spirits;
- oil, gas, energy, and chemicals;
- manufacturing and industrials; and
- pharmaceuticals and healthcare.
Prior to joining Cadwalader, Jonathan worked at the U.S. Federal Trade Commission's Bureau of Competition, where he was a member of the teams that reviewed Time Warner's merger with AOL, Time-Warner’s proposed acquisition of EMI, Exxon's acquisition of Mobil, BP-Amoco's acquisition of Arco, and Kroger's acquisition of Fred Meyer, among others.
Following his service at the Federal Trade Commission, Jonathan practiced antitrust law at another leading international law firm.