Jonathan has over 30 years' experience in litigation support and the use of technology in litigation. He started his career at Lovells as a fee-earner in 1982, moving to their IT department in 1989 from where he set up and managed their litigation support team. He moved to Simmons & Simmons in 1994 as their first litigation support manager. In early 1999 he set up his own litigation support consultancy before rejoining Simmons & Simmons in late 2000 as litigation support consultant and editor of www.elexica.com, the firm's award-winning web site. He joined DLA Piper in 2006, from where he worked on some of the largest and most complex cases in the UK and internationally.
In 2010 Jonathan joined EY's Fraud Investigation & Dispute Services team based in London. In April 2014 Jonathan moved to the Huron Consulting Group in London, from where he continues to deliver exceptional client services. Jonathan is a highly regarded individual in the industry, recognised in the Global Tech Leaders Top 100 for his "integrity in litigation support and standards work", and regularly speaks at international conferences. He is a founding member of LiST and was part of the working groups that drafted LiST's Data Exchange Protocol, Practice Direction for the use of IT in Civil Proceedings, the Technology Questionnaires and Disclosure Statement (Form N265). He was a member of Her Majesty's Courts Service/legal profession group on business and IT development and was a consultant editor on electronic disclosure for Malek and Matthews on Disclosure (Third Edition - Sweet & Maxwell). Jonathan was recognised as a legal "technology specialist" in Legalease's 2007 Legal 500 directory. Jonathan has been on the General Council of the Society for Computers and Law, chairman of their London Group and secretary of their Litigation Support Interest Group. He was also a founding member of the Department for Constitutional Affairs' IT and the Courts Stakeholder Group.