Attorney Jonathan Walsh

Jonathan Walsh

Jonathan focuses his practice on business litigation including breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duties, non-compete agreements and fraud. And, in 2016, Jonathan became an accredited mediator.

Jonathan brings a unique perspective to business litigation. Prior to joining Epiphany Law, Jonathan worked as an in-house attorney for a locally headquartered international company where he focused on contracts, mergers and acquisitions, and corporate governance.

As a previous in-house attorney, Jonathan understands that a company needs to resolve a litigation matter as quickly and economically as possible. Some lengthy litigation matters are unavoidable, and, in these matters, Jonathan will communicate with you throughout the process to ease the stresses of litigation.  He strives to  create a trusting relationship with his clients by always having their best interest in mind.



Juris Doctorate 
Marquette University Law School, Milwaukee, WI

Bachelor of Arts in Economics
St. Olaf College, Northfield, MN


Playing golf, hiking at High Cliff State Park, cross-country skiing, playing board and card games, making craft beer, and spending time with family and friends.

Questions & Answers

I chose business litigation as my career because I want to help carry the extra weight that small and large business owners carry when dealing with legal cases. Business owners, in general, try to avoid business litigation at all costs because that means something has gone array from the typical day-to-day business activities. The worries of litigation and the outcomes put stress on business owners and takes away from their focus of day-to-day business.

Having grown up in Appleton and Neenah, I am a Fox Valley native. I briefly left the Fox Valley to attend St. Olaf College in Minnesota and Marquette University Law School. I left the Valley with the mindset that I would always return to this prospering area to help business owners and individuals by lifting some of the weight attached to litigation matters.

On a nice day, I love to hike at High Cliff State Park, attend music festivals, play golf, and go cross-country skiing. On a rainy or cold day, I love to play board games and card games with family and friends.