For over twenty years, Jennifer has led complex litigations, arbitrations, and appeals for U.S. and multinational clients in a wide array of areas, including antitrust, consumer fraud, communications, civil rights, and international bondholder disputes. Her experience includes multidistrict litigations, class actions, and federal regulatory proceedings. A prolific author, regularly Jennifer contributes articles to the National Law Review, Law360, and is a co-author of numerous PLC Practice Notes. She has also contributed two chapters on international civil litigation to the ABA’s deskbook “International Aspects of U.S. Litigation,” published in 2017. Jennifer also speaks throughout the country on antitrust complex litigation, MDL practice, and discovery issues with organizations such as the Sedona Conference, the American Antitrust Institute, the Advanced E-Discovery Institute, and the Law and Economic Center. Jennifer is a member of Sedona Working Group 1 and the EDRM Advisory Council.
With a passion for community involvement, Jennifer has been a Trustee for the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law and helped co-found of the Three and a Half Acres Yoga Foundation. Jennifer also established a fund at her alma mater, Boston University, to assist students with emergency financial needs.
Prior to joining Seeger Weiss in 2016, Jennifer was a litigation partner in the New York office of Proskauer Rose, following positions with Solomon, Zauderer, Ellenhorn, Frischer & Sharp (New York), and Munger, Tolles & Olson (Los Angeles). She served as a law clerk for the Hon. Stephen V. Wilson, Central District of California.