As a member of Shook’s Incident Response Task Force, Jonathan regularly represents companies in responding to data security incidents. In this role, Jonathan directs third-party forensic investigations, advises companies on their legal rights and obligations, prepares and directs notification to third parties and law enforcement, reviews communication regarding the incidents and represents companies in regulatory inquiries following the incident. Jonathan’s incident response matter experience includes representing companies in incidents that include ransomware attacks, business email compromises, spoofing attacks, loss of sensitive information, insider threats and vendor data breaches.

Jonathan also has extensive experience in defending product liability actions against pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers. He provides guidance and expertise on all aspects of the litigation process, including pre-litigation risk assessments, e-discovery issues, deposition preparation, company witness and expert development, trial strategy and settlement. He has assisted clients in formulating strategies on the risk posed by post-settlement liens and third-party payer actions. He also has experience counseling clients regarding federal regulations governing the pharmaceutical industry, the Medicare Secondary Payer Act, and Section 111 of the Medicare, Medicaid and SCHIP Extension Act of 2007.

Jonathan has experience in the collection, organization, analysis and production of client documents. He has managed large-scale document collections and reviews with the assistance of third-party document review service providers. His experience includes work on federal multidistrict litigation, state consolidated matters and individual state and federal cases.

Before joining Shook, Jonathan worked for Levine, Blaszak, Block & Boothby, where he practiced commercial litigation.  


Cary Silverman, Jonathan Wilson and Sarah Goggans, Torts of the Future II: Addressing the Liability and Regulatory Implications of Emerging Technologies, (U.S. Chamber Inst. for Legal Reform, April 2018).

Cary Silverman, Phil S. Goldberg and Jonathan L. Wilson, Torts of the Future: Addressing the Liability and Regulatory Implications of Emerging Technologies, (U.S. Chamber Inst. for Legal Reform, March 2017).

Cary Silverman & Jonathan Wilson, State Attorney General Enforcement of Unfair or Deceptive Acts and Practices Laws: Emerging Concerns and Solutions, 65 Kan. L. Rev. 209 (2016).

Jonathan Wilson, Can a Copyright Holder Prevent Reverse Engineering? The Federal Circuit Court Holds that the Federal Copyright Act Does Not Preempt “No Reverse Engineering” Clauses. Bowers v. Baystate Tech. Inc., Computer Law Review and Technology Journal, Summer 2004.