Jonathan Walton is an associate who serves as coverage and litigation counsel to domestic and international insurers in a variety of complex insurance coverage matters, including third-party and first-party coverage matters.
Jonathan regularly provides his clients with comprehensive coverage analysis in coverage disputes involving primary and excess general liability, professional liability, and first-party property claims. He also has experience litigating contested coverage cases relating to the pharmaceutical industry, including regulatory investigations and proceedings and multidistrict litigation, as well as matters involving opioid litigation, sexual harassment claims, property damage claims and coverage issues arising from construction defects and construction site accidents. Jonathan also has experience litigating issues relating to late notice, relatedness of claims, allocation and the scope of the insurer’s duty to defend.
Jonathan earned his law degree, magna cum laude, from the Chicago-Kent College of Law, where he served as a notes and comments editor of the Chicago-Kent Law Review and as a Kent Legal Scholar.
“Creditor’s Rights Chapter on Equitable Remedies Available to Judgment Creditors,” Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education, December 17, 2018
“Policy Limits Demands and Time Limit Demands Duty to Settle,” The Brief, November 9, 2018
“Recent Developments in Alternative Dispute Resolution,” American Bar Association, April 1, 2018