Jennifer is a partner in the firm's Capital Markets Litigation group, where she represents “buy-side” clients, including U.S.-based and global companies, hedge funds, and institutional investors, in litigation involving complex financial products and commercial disputes. She has extensive experience representing market participants in litigation spanning a wide range of areas, including structured finance and securities litigation, M&A disputes, and bankruptcy-related litigation.
Known for her tireless dedication to client service, Jennifer builds close, long-term relationships that enable her to proactively identify and address client needs. She is also a leader and frequent contributor to the firm's Capital Markets Litigation blog, writing on various topics of interest to the financial community.
In addition to her litigation practice, Jennifer is also deeply committed to pro bono work. She was recognized in 2015 as one of the “Top 25 Pro Bono Advocates” by Legal Services of New York City for her work representing a disabled veteran and his family in connection with an eviction proceeding. Jennifer also successfully litigated a 35-day bench trial in a landmark victory for same-sex parents that granted a gay, interracial couple custody of their twin daughters born via gestational surrogacy.