Jonathan is an attorney in the firm’s Class Action Department.
During law school, Jonathan earned awards for his oral advocacy and for his academic achievement, including being named to the Dean’s List and earning the highest grade in several of his classes, including Class Actions. In 2015, his moot court team represented the United States at an international competition, one of only twelve teams to do so. The next year, he was named the top speaker at a regional moot court competition. Jonathan has also created two podcasts for the American Bar Association and written several articles on topics including attorneys’ duty of cooperation and certifying multi-state class actions in California’s federal courts.
Prior to law school, Jonathan received his Bachelor of Arts from West Chester University, cum laude, with majors in philosophy and international relations. While there, he wrote an award-winning paper that compared the work of two naturalist philosophers.
In his free time, Jonathan also enjoys playing guitar, hiking, and photography, in addition to reading non-fiction and classic novels.
Tracking the genesis of California’s choice-of-law analysis, the current state of the law, and how that analysis ought to apply +
Next time you’re presented with a potential multi-state case, consider using one or more of these strategies. By Jonathan Udell +
Kathryn Honecker, Rose Law Group Chair of Class Action Department, co-authors chapter of upcoming ABA “Class Action Strategy & Practice Guide,” to which Rose Law Group Associates Clark Wu and Jonathan Udell also contributed
Kathryn Honecker, chair of Rose Law Group Class Action Department, co-authored the “Class Action and Discovery” chapter in the coming +