Jonathan Heller focuses his practice on general defense litigation. He has extensive experience arguing motions and appeals, drafting pleadings, developing litigation assessments and strategy reports, negotiating settlement agreements and reviewing and analyzing contractual agreements.

Prior to joining Segal McCambridge, Jonathan practiced as a senior associate at a national litigation defense firm. He also served as an associate at a New York commercial litigation firm where he handled matters in civil court and the New York Supreme Court.

Jonathan earned his J.D. from Maurice A. Deane School of Law, where he earned a merit scholarship and was managing editor of the Family Court Review. He holds a B.A. in Political Science from Queens College, City University of New York.

Outside of the office, Jonathan is interested in golf, history, meteorology, New York sports and spending time with his wife and son. He is also a board member at several nonprofit organizations.


  • “The Chat Room Moderator: Creating a Duty for Parents to Control Their Cyberbully,” Family Court Review, 2015