Jonathon R. Law grew up in Mobile, Alabama and graduated high school from St. Paul's Episcopal School. Mr. Law graduated from Auburn University with a B.S. in Psychology. While at Auburn, he served as a trainer at the Institute for Biological Detection Systems, training government issued German shepherds for bomb detection for the United States Army.
Mr. Law is a graduate of Cumberland School of Law where he was a member of the Henry Upson Simms Moot Court Board, the National Trial Team, and President of the Cumberland Community Service Organization. Mr. Law also served as a Judge Abrahams Caruthers Fellow Teaching Assistant, and was the Articles' Editor for the American Journal of Trial Advocacy.
Mr. Law joined Daniell, Upton & Perry, P.C. in 2004, and works in the firm'sAlabama litigation practice. He is a member of the American, Alabama and Baldwin County Bar Associations. Mr. Law is admitted to practice in all Alabama State Courts, as well as the U.S. District Court for the Southern, Middle and Northern District of Alabama.
Mr. Law became a shareholder with the firm in January, 2010. He specializes in construction litigation, condominium law, products liability and insurance litigation. Mr. Law has extensive experience litigating products liability matters and complex litigation including Class Actions and Multi-District Litigation. Mr. Law has obtained numerous multi-million dollar settlements and jury verdicts in the areas of construction law and products liability. He has obtained favorable settlements for large classes of homeowner plaintiffs in matters including defective drywall imported from China and from property and casualty insurance carriers for victims of catastrophic storm events such as Hurricanes Ivan and Katrina, as well as the devastating tornado outbreak in April of 2011.
Mr. Law has been nominated for inclusion in the 2014-2015 edition of Alabama Super Lawyers magazine. He has received a peer review rating of "AV" by Martindale-Hubbell, the highest rating in legal ability and ethical standards. He is a member of the Alabama Association for Justice and the Alabama Volunteer Lawyers Program.
Mr. Law and his wife, Beth McMurphy Law, currently reside in Mobile, Alabama.