Jonathan Stein

Jonathan Stein


Jonathan Stein



University of Pennsylvania Law School, JD’83 (Law Review v.130 and 131, Wharton Business School courses finance and accounting)

Harvard College, BA’79 (magna cum laude, Economics)

Phillips Academy ’75 (Andover, MA, five prizes in math and science)


1992- present Law Offices of Jonathan Stein


2010 -12 Of Counsel, Finestone & Richter, P.C.

1989-92 President, Old Ivy Homebuilders, Inc. (developed and built 28 SFR’s)

1988   Brobeck, Phleger & Harrison (LA,  9-figure financial transactions)

1986-87  Hughes Hubbard & Reed (LA, securities litigation)

1983-85  Morgan, Lewis & Bockius (NYC, 9-figure financial transactions)


Beverly Hills Bar Association. Chair, Litigation Section (800 civil litigators); Dinner Chair, Annual Litigation Section Awards Dinner; Board of Governors (2 terms)

International Assn Of Gaming Advisors (IAGA).   Co-chair, Membership Comm.; Strategic Policy Comm. (gaming industry general counsel, CFOs and investment bankers)

United States Team, Maccabiah Olympics, Israel July 2009. Gold Medal, Cycling. Captain, Masters Triathlon.

United States Team, Maccabiah Pan Am Games 2007 (Buenos Aires). Bronze Medal Masters Triathlon

Amateur Rugby. 20 years on mens teams in LA, NYC, Philadelphia and Boston. 6 international tours.



February 2011, BHBA, “ Stars of Litigation V: Advanced Cross-Examination Techniques and the Appropriate Use of Objections”


May 2010, BHBA, “Stars of Litigation IV:  Tom Girardi, et al”


April 2010, BHBA, “Stars of Litigation III: Waged Battle: Litigating the Big Dollar Wage Hour Class Action Case”


Feb 2010, BHBA, “Stars of Litigation II: Picking A Jury With Browne Greene”


Oct 2009, BHBA, “California E-Discovery”


June 2009, BHBA, “Navigating Attorney-Client Fee Disputes Through The Revolving Doors Of Arbitration And Litigation (And More Arbitration): Strategies For Promoting Efficiency And Minimizing Risk


May 2009, BHBA, “Litigation A to Z: Pre-Litigation Considerations


Nov 2007, BHBA, “California‘s Next Top Model: California’s New Model State Trademark Law