As a scientist and lawyer, Jessica uses her dual training to effectively represent clients in complex civil litigation.
Jessica defends clients in toxic tort, nuisance, and product liability litigation, including class and mass actions. She handles litigation relating to site remediation and groundwater contamination, and she counsels clients on projects implicating federal species protection law. She also co-leads the Toxic Torts and Mass Torts section of the firm’s Litigation practice group.
Prior to law school, Jessica traveled to Panama, Vietnam, China, and the Pacific Ocean’s North Pacific Subtropical Gyre to study coastal zone management, international water resource conflicts, and marine micro-plastics.
Jessica is admitted to practice only in Washington, DC. Her admission to the New York Bar is pending.
Service Areas and Industries
Toxic Torts, Environmental Tort
Endangered Species, Wildlife Protection
Superfund, Site Remediation, Natural Resource Damages
Articles in the National Law Review database by Jessica H. Maloney