Jennifer Anne Fleury
From the filing of the initial complaint to the post-trial briefing, Jennifer Fleury has experience in all stages of litigation. Jennifer represents clients in a broad range of complex litigation matters, including securities litigation, regulatory proceedings, and government investigations. She also counsels clients on complex legal and regulatory issues ranging from antitrust compliance to commercial litigation.
Jennifer has worked with clients in many industries, including private equity, insurance, banking, media, and nonprofit. She also represents energy companies, including energy infrastructure contractors, oil operators, and major oilfield services providers.
Before joining Hogan Lovells, Jennifer practiced litigation at another international law firm and served as a law clerk to the Honorable Judge Raymond P. Moore of the U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado. While in law school, she gained valuable experience as an intern at the Department of Justice in the Antitrust Division.
*Admitted only in Texas. Supervised by principals of the firm.
Defense of energy contractor in 10b-5 suit and related derivative suit.
Advised large public company on antitrust compliance issues related to a merger with another large public company.*
Represented oil operator in a lease interpretation dispute.*
Defense of oil field services company in 10b-5 suit.*
Represented investor in a dispute over equity shares in limited liability company.*
Represented regional insurance company against third-party personal injury and property damage claims.*
Represented major insurance company in an insurance coverage dispute with other insurers involving underlying asbestos claims.*
Represented an international nonprofit in a series of trademark disputes.*
Served on trial team defending corporation against alleged breach of executive employment contracts.*
Prepared company for hearing in front of the Federal Trade Commission on copyright, trademark, and antitrust issues.
Served on team representing broker-dealer in series of FINRA arbitrations against allegations of breach of fiduciary duties.
Served on defense team in antitrust class action alleging collusion by major private equity firms in leveraged buyouts and related transactions.
*Matter handled prior to joining Hogan Lovells.