Jonathan N. Ajlouny

Associate

Education

Wayne State University Law School, J.D.
  • cum laude
  • Dean's Scholar
  • Gold Key Recipient
  • Wayne Law Journal of Business, Editor-in-Chief
University of Michigan, B.A.

Admissions

Court Admissions

Overview
Experience
Recognition
News & Resources

Overview

Jonathan Ajlouny is a litigation attorney who focuses on complex commercial litigation. He has hands-on litigation experience in commercial and shareholder disputes, with knowledge in health care, data privacy, marijuana law, securities, and class actions.

He regularly manages all aspects of litigation including case strategy, oral argument, brief writing, legal research, and negotiations. Jonathan has extensive experience in the Oakland County Business Court and the Eastern District of Michigan.

Experience

Representative Matters

Jonathan served as lead counsel in two seven figure commercial disputes, both of which settled favorably before trial.

Prior Experience

  • Mantese Honigman, P.C., Associate, 2017-2020, Summer Clerk 2015
  • Zausmer, August & Caldwell, P.C., Law Clerk, 2016 – 2017
  • Kitch Drutchas Wagner Valitutti & Sherbrook, Law Clerk, 2015 – 2016

Clerkships

  • Justice David F. Viviano, Michigan Supreme Court, Judicial Intern, 2016
  • Honorable David R. Grand, U.S. Eastern District of Michigan, Judicial Intern, 2015

Languages

  • Arabic (conversational)

Recognition

Awards

Michigan Super Lawyers, Rising Star in Business Litigation, 2019-2020

Michigan Lawyers Weekly, Co-Lead Counsel in Top 50 Settlement, 2018; Top 100 Settlement, 2019

Professional & Community Involvement

Oakland County Bar Association, Director, New Lawyers Committee; Member and Liaison to Membership Committee, Business Court and Counsel Committee

State Bar of Michigan, Business Law Committee, Young Lawyers Committee, and Marijuana Law Section

News & Resources

Publications

Michigan’s Internal Business Governance Laws: A Framework for Economic Success, Wayne Law Journal of Business (2019)

Touring the Business Courts, The Michigan Business Law Journal (2018)

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