Jonathan Berger represents a wide range of clients, ranging from small start-up businesses to larger corporations, in a wide variety of business-related and intellectual property matters. Jonathan advises clients on all aspects of business matters, global brand protection and enforcement, licensing, and other intellectual property agreements. Jonathan negotiates license agreements for various transactional matters. Jonathan also works with counsel on business and intellectual property matters outside of the U.S.
Jonathan is also an experienced trial lawyer and a fierce advocate. Jonathan channels his years of legal experience into providing dedicated, personalized representation to clients. Jonathan approaches his cases with the goal of accomplishing favorable results and supporting his clients throughout the legal process.
Jonathan began his career as an Assistant District Attorney in the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office. Jonathan served as a member of the Special Prosecutions Bureau and the Money Laundering and Tax Crimes Unit, where he investigated and prosecuted white-collar crimes, including arson, money laundering, and tax fraud. Jonathan’s efforts produced numerous grand jury indictments for complex, white-collar criminal matters, many of which involved managing teams of investigators and law enforcement personnel.
2006 - Present
Levisohn Berger LLP
New York County District Attorney's Office
Managing Partner, advising clients on a wide range of intellectual property and other legal issues.
Assistant District Attorney in the Money Laundering and Tax Crimes, and Special Prosecutions Units.
Cardozo School of Law
Carnegie Mellon University
Bachelor of Arts
U.S. District Court, Eastern District of New York
U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit