Jonathan Peck represents clients facing the challenges of high-profile complex litigation and high-stakes corporate investigations. He has served leading companies in the construction, structural engineering, automotive, insurance, and banking sectors.
Mr. Peck has helped defend a major metropolitan city and hundreds of contractors in high-profile mass-tort litigation involving thousands of plaintiffs. In addition, he led a long-term internal fraud investigation for a leading international insurance carrier. Mr. Peck also served as counsel to an independent panel of experts appointed by a leading automotive manufacturer to review, analyze and report on the company's quality and safety practices and procedures following a series of high-profile recalls.
Mr. Peck has extensive e-discovery experience and has helped design and implement detailed protocols for electronic document collection, preservation, review and production for clients in response to subpoenas and document demands. He regularly advises clients on e-discovery best practices.
Mr. Peck is dedicated to pro bono work and has represented many non-profit organizations on a number of corporate and litigation matters including a community theater, a no-kill animal shelter, and a leading NJ Student leadership development organization. He has also helped several victims of domestic violence obtain final restraining orders against their aggressors and prosecuted an international child abduction case under the Hague Convention to reunite a mother with her son who was abducted from their home in Mexico.
Through appointment by the New Jersey Supreme Court, Mr. Peck serves as a member of the District V-A Ethics Committee, where he investigates—and if necessary, prosecutes—violations of New Jersey’s Rules of Professional Conduct for attorneys.
Before law school, Mr. Peck was a communication strategy consultant and public speaking coach for a well-respected communication consulting firm. In that capacity, he coached senior executives in the public and private sector for high-profile speeches, presentations, and media events and taught seminars on persuasive public speaking and media communication skills. Today, he presents CLE programs on presentation skills and oral advocacy. Prior to attending Columbia Law School, he earned an M.Phil. in Political Communication from the University of Sussex, Brighton, England.