An associate in the Litigation Department, Jonathan Silberstein-Loeb has represented clients in a wide range of civil matters. He also has experience in white-collar and regulatory defense work, as well as internal investigations involving the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and economic sanctions. Jonathan has an active pro bono practice, advising charities and individuals in civil and criminal matters.
Jonathan has represented:
- a pharmaceutical company in an major lawsuit concerning antitrust allegations;
- a mining company against hostile shareholders in the D.C. District Court;
- an industrial materials manufacturer in an international arbitration in connection with a claim for breach of contract;
- a major bank in a purported class action relating to foreign exchange transactions in the Southern District of New York;
- a proxy solicitation firm in connection with criminal allegations of bribery in the Massachussetts District Court;
- a European utilities company in connection with a criminal and regulatory Foreign Corrupt Practices Act investigation; and
- a large international bank in connection with a global economic sanctions investigation.
Prior to joining Paul, Weiss, Jonathan practiced law in London as a barrister of the Honourable Society of the Inner Temple. He also lectured in modern European history at Keble College, University of Oxford, before which he was a Fulbright Fellow in Kyoto, Japan. He is the author of The International Distribution of News (Cambridge University Press, 2015) and co-editor of Making News (Oxford University Press, 2016).