Jonathan Pollard is a high stakes competition lawyer based in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Pollard has litigated more than 150 non-compete and trade secret cases. He has resolved more than 500 such cases outside of litigation. And he has advised more than 1,000 individual and corporate clients on related issues.
Pollard has extensive experience litigating a wide-range of competition claims, including non-compete, trade secret, trademark, false advertising and antitrust claims. Pollard also has extensive experience litigating employment disputes, particularly FLSA claims and workplace sexual assault/harassment claims. He has tried both jury and bench trials to verdict and successfully prosecuted appeals in the Eleventh Circuit and Florida state appellate courts. He is licensed in Florida and numerous federal district courts in Florida.
Jonathan has been quoted on non-compete and trade secret issues in or on the the Wall Street Journal, PBS News Hour, NPR, Bloomberg, The Guardian, FundFire, Digital Guardian, and many more. He has been quoted on issues of litigation strategy and trial practice by The Expert Institute. His articles have appeared in numerous publications including Litigation Commentary & Review, Law.com, and Law360. He has taught continuing legal education courses on non-compete and trade secret litigation to other lawyers. He has served as an expert witness in multi-million dollar litigation that relates to his areas of practice.