Jonathan Stulberg

Jonathan Stulberg

Associate
Los Angeles

Email jonathan.stulberg@​hoganlovells.com

Phone +1 310 785 4630

Fax +1 310 785 4601

LanguagesEnglish, Korean

Practice groupLitigation, Arbitration, and Employment

Jonathan Stulberg is dedicated to resolving his clients' toughest challenges. To do so, he knows that one must always master the details, volunteer for the most difficult tasks, and commit with energy and enthusiasm to get the job done.

Jonathan draws upon his eight years of experience in the U.S. Navy's Information Warfare Community (IWC) to creatively and strategically address his clients' concerns that arise during litigation and compliance activities in the health care and automotive industries. He thoroughly scrutinizes the underlying data common to those sectors and advises clients based on a data-derived, numbers-oriented perspective that considers both their immediate risks and long-term potential conflicts. This approach allows him to easily convey his advice to business-side constituents who work with his clients.

Jonathan also has experience leading discovery reviews, facilitating depositions, preparing for trial and dispute resolution proceedings, and motion practice at the federal, state, and administrative levels. He also gained legal experience as a summer associate at Hogan Lovells and as a research assistant and teaching assistant while in law school. Jonathan actively participates in the firm's Pro Bono program, with a primary focus on veterans' issues. He is conversationally fluent in Korean.

Education and admissions

Education

J.D., University of California, Los Angeles School of Law, 2018

A.A., Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center, 2012

B.A., University of Rochester, 2007

Bar admissions and qualifications

California

Representative experience

Represented Marine Corps veteran in appeal for discharge status upgrade before Board for Correction of Naval Records.

Represented a large health insurer in its multimillion-dollar payment dispute relating to claims for reasonable value of services made by consortium of out-of-network emergency physician providers.

Represented a large health insurance company in its multimillion-dollar payment dispute against a hospital involving ERISA claims.

Assisted a major financial institution in its response to an inquiry by several district attorneys' offices into its compliance with Regulation E, issued by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

Assisted pharmaceutical and biotech companies respond to FDA enforcement actions related to GMP, GTP, and data-integrity issues.

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