Jason Bonk of the New York office of Cozen O’Connor represents Fortune 500 companies, both small and large private businesses, and individuals, in a variety of high-stakes complex litigation matters involving contract, fiduciary and other equitable claims, class actions, multi-district litigation, sports-related litigation, antitrust litigation, partnership disputes, white collar, regulatory and other governmental investigative matters, internal investigations, labor and employment disputes, intellectual property litigation and bankruptcy litigation. Prior to joining Cozen O'Connor, Jason spent most of his career at Weil, Gotshal & Manges.
An active member of Cozen O’Connor’s Sports Industry Team, Jason is a highly sought-after analyst on a variety of sports law-related issues and is regularly featured in domestic and international outlets. Additionally, Jason has served as a guest lecturer for the Sports Law course at the University of Miami Law School and explored how privacy law has found its way squarely to the center of the sports world.
Jason is also active in the e-Discovery community and has been published extensively and quoted in articles regarding evolving e-Discovery trends along with records management and information governance. He regularly counsels clients and colleagues on the subject and frequently serves as a speaker and instructor on best practices for records management, document preservation and other e-Discovery related topics. Jason has also taught subject matter relating to eDiscovery, information governance, records management, and privacy/cyber law at Fordham Law School.
Jason earned his J.D. from New York University School of Law, where he was a Dean’s Scholar. He received his bachelor's degree, magna cum laude, from Brandeis University.