Jonathan Haderlein represents clients in high-stakes cases involving complex commercial disputes, government investigations, and white-collar criminal prosecutions.
Prior to joining Hueston Hennigan, Mr. Haderlein was a commercial litigation associate at Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, LLP in Los Angeles.
While in law school, Mr. Haderlein worked as a judicial extern for the Honorable Helen Bendix of the California Court of Appeals, Second District. He also interned for the Federal Public Defender Central District of California in the Capital Habeas Unit.
Representing Palantir Technologies in a tortious interference action concerning an alleged potential $300 million sale of stock.
Representing Intrivo Diagnostics, Inc., co-producer and exclusive distributor of the On/Go COVID-19 rapid test, in a $1 billion breach-of-contract and tortious interference lawsuit.
Representing Match Group against Google over its illegal monopolization and other anticompetitive behavior in the distribution of mobile apps and processing of in-app purchases. (See “Match Accuses Google Of ‘Extortionate’ Fees In Antitrust Suit,” Law360).
Represented a worldwide retailer in a complex suit against a putative class of subscribers alleging fraud, breach of contract, and violations of consumer protection laws.
Represented a worldwide retailer in a race and sex discrimination lawsuit.
Represented a major life insurer in eleven statewide putative “cost-of-insurance” class actions in federal court.
Represented a technology consulting company in a nationwide reverse discrimination lawsuit.
Represented a private equity firm in a fraud and breach of contract claims related to the sale of a company.