Jennifer is an environmental litigator with significant experience representing clients throughout the pre-trial and trial stages of litigation.
Jennifer’s practice has included multi-party litigation on behalf of corporations and municipalities under state and federal environmental statutes, state and federal regulatory enforcement actions and citizen suits. In addition to environmental matters, Jennifer has represented both plaintiffs and defendants in litigation related to commercial, insurance, contract, employment and construction law. Prior to joining Hunton Andrews Kurth, Jennifer worked at the Los Angeles offices of a multinational law firm and a boutique litigation firm for a combined nearly 15 years.
Represented non-operating investors in the Macondo oil well against claims for damages by private parties and federal and state governments arising from the Deepwater Horizon incident.
Represented municipality in administrative proceedings and CWA citizen suit litigation alleging NPDES permit violations regarding its wastewater collection and treatment system.
Represented Fortune 50 company against federal and state claims brought by owners of adjacent property seeking injunctive relief and damages arising from alleged soil and groundwater contamination.
Represented defendant business owner in Proposition 65 action.
Represented defendant financial entity in wrongful mortgage foreclosure action filed by pro per plaintiff.
Represented client in bankruptcy proceeding for fraudulent transfer of assets.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Jennifer MikoLevine