Jennifer S. Rosen has broad experience representing technology companies and other corporate and municipal clients in complex and cross-border disputes. Jennifer’s practice focuses on complex commercial litigation and a range of antitrust litigation and counseling. She has experience in all phases of complex civil litigation and private arbitration, including motion practice, electronic discovery, class actions, trial, and settlement.
In October 2014, Jennifer moderated a Women in Technology Panel, featuring speakers from leading emerging technology companies. She also organized a New World of Collaborative Consumption PLI Seminar, and arranged the keynote speaker for the BASF Barristers Litigation Section Annual Meeting on Ethics for Young Practitioners in the Digital World.
Represented a leading technology company in class action alleging monopolization and exclusive dealing in violation of the Sherman Act, Clayton Act, Cartwright Act, and California Unfair Competition Law.
Counseled multinational technology company regarding domestic and international legality of contractual provisions under antitrust laws.
Represented manufacturer of optical and wireless communication products in an intellectual property dispute in international arbitration involving breach of contract and fraud claims.
Represented non-operating investors in the Macondo well in federal multidistrict litigation over the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.
New York University School of Law, 2010, Juris Doctor
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2006, Bachelor of Arts, with distinction
US District Court for the Northern District of California
Awards and Affiliations
Executive Committee, Litigation Committee of the Barristers Club of San Francisco
American Bar Association
Bar Association of San Francisco
Recipient of a Center for Environmental and Land Use Law Fellowship