Jake is deeply experienced across a multitude of legal fields including copyright and trademark litigation, general commercial litigation, insurance disputes, data privacy and cybersecurity counseling, and entertainment. He has advocated in front of state and federal courts, negotiated resolutions and other agreements between opposing parties, and used his legal knowledge to draft internal guidance, policies, and terms of service for clients across numerous industries.
He has extensive experience representing international and domestic insurers in matters involving cyber liability, employment practices liability, and directors and officers liability from issuance of coverage positions through appeal. He has litigated actions between insurers, and in both carrier-side and policyholder-side lawsuits. He has also counseled policyholders on their coverage needs and best practices acquiring coverage.
His litigation practice has spanned all facets of litigation for major national and international corporations and he has successfully resolved numerous matters across all manner of industries.
He has counseled companies through both domestic and international data breaches and cyber security incidents, and has provided guidance on data privacy and cybersecurity best practices under state and federal legal frameworks for companies to use in their internal operations.
Jake also maintains an active pro bono practice involving the representation of asylum seekers in litigation against the private companies operating detention facilities.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Jake Gilbert