Jessica advises her clients in all aspects of business counsel and disputes, with a particular focus on data privacy, cybersecurity and intellectual property. Jessica is co-chair of the firm's cybersecurity and data privacy practice.
Jessica’s broad experience includes advising clients on data privacy compliance, drafting incident response strategies, managing and/or overseeing cybersecurity breaches, and compliance with breach notification requirements. She also has experience handling the transactional aspects of intellectual property, including drafting and negotiating licenses, preparing and prosecuting trademark applications, preparing opinions, conducting due diligence investigations and negotiating technology vendor contracts with respect to data privacy compliance and IP protection.
Particular to her IP litigation experience, Jessica’s practice includes protecting patents and trademarks in federal and appellate courts and before the International Trade Commission for clients in industries such as medical and mechanical devices, computer software and hardware, pharmaceuticals, telecommunications, and e-commerce technologies. Jessica’s experience in appellate work includes argument before the Federal Circuit.
Jessica is a veteran commercial litigator with extensive trial and appellate advocacy experience, in both state and federal court. Prior to joining Bond, Jessica practiced in the New York City office of a prominent intellectual property law firm, Morgan & Finnegan, LLP, (acquired by Locke Lord), and she was a judicial intern for Judge Leonard D. Wexler in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York.
Jessica is a certified mediator and a member of the Federal Court Mediation Panel for the Western District of the United States District Court.