- B.A., Tulane University, magna cum laude; Departmental Honors, History
- J.D., University of Minnesota Law School, cum laude; Minnesota Law Review, Managing Editor
Jonathan is a litigator in the firm’s Intellectual Property and Technology Transactions Group. Jonathan’s practice centers on complex commercial disputes, where his extensive experience with e-discovery processes and databases allows him to guide clients through the intricacies of the discovery phase of litigation. In addition to commercial litigation, Jonathan both enforces and defends his clients’ intellectual property rights, including patents, trademarks, and copyrights.
Outside litigation, Jonathan assists clients with devising internal policies to ensure compliance with state and federal antitrust regulations; prepares P-1B visa petitions for internationally recognized entertainment groups performing in the United States; and serves as a member of the firm’s Data Breach Response Team, which regularly handles breach incidents for clients of all sizes across a broad variety of industries.
Jonathan’s practice is not limited to the foregoing; he enjoys exploring new areas of law to develop solutions to his clients’ issues regardless of their nature.
Jonathan received his J.D. in 2021 from the University of Minnesota, cum laude, where he was a Managing Editor of the Minnesota Law Review, Student Director in the Law School’s Family Law Clinic, and Student Attorney in the Robins Kaplan Civil Practice Clinic. His Note, "The Advent of Effortless Expression: An Examination of the Copyrightability of BCI-Encoded Brain Signals," was published in Volume 105 of the Minnesota Law Review. Jonathan received his B.A. in History in 2016 from Tulane University, magna cum laude, where he received Departmental Honors for his Honors Thesis, "The Arab Conquest of North Africa: Sudden, Unexpected, and Decisive."
Jonathan Baker, "The Advent of Effortless Expression: An Examination of the Copyrightability of BCI-Encoded Brain Signals," 105 MINN. L. REV. 389 (2020).