Jonathan Cohen’s practice focuses on the prevention and resolution of complex, multiparty disputes involving insurance, product liability, product recalls, and supply-chain issues for policyholders and others seeking coverage. Jonathan also represents clients in managing their business risks and advises clients with respect to insurance and contract-related aspects of their risk management strategies. Jonathan brings a unique perspective to client counseling, drawing on both his legal experience and his Ph.D. in organizational sociology to advance his clients’ business approach to addressing risk.
Jonathan also regularly represents civil rights organizations and individuals in high stakes appellate litigation. He has filed amicus briefs for civil rights organizations in 11 U.S. Supreme Court cases, as well as represented individuals and civil rights organizations before the Fourth and Ninth Circuit U. S. Courts of Appeal.
Prior to entering private practice, Jonathan served as a law clerk for Judge Ferdinand Fernandez of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. Additionally, he assisted Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg of the U.S. Supreme Court in preparing for her Senate confirmation hearings.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Jonathan M. Cohen