Jennifer Oliver is an associate in the Litigation Department of Weil’s New York office. Her practice is focused on complex commercial litigation, including cases involving breaches of contract, trade secrets, RICO conspiracy claims, securities transactions, unfair trade practices, cartel investigations, and large-scale mergers. Ms. Oliver has played an active role in successful high-profile jury trials, taken and defended depositions in a variety of state and federal jurisdictions, served as lead counsel in mediations, and argued before courts at both the trial and appellate levels.
Ms. Oliver has worked with several of the firm’s Japanese clients in connection with general commercial and antitrust matters, and spent a semester during law school studying the Japanese legal system. She has been involved in representing Lehman Brothers, Inc., Credit Suisse, Panasonic, Inc., Bridgestone Inc., Washington Mutual, The Walt Disney Company, ESPN, Inc., The Dow Chemical Company, The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, and American Airlines, among others.
Ms. Oliver has also successfully represented firm clients in numerous pro bono matters ranging from a complex domestic violence and child custody trial, to a seminal post-9/11 detainee’s rights matter that was briefed and argued before the Supreme Court of the United States. She currently serves on the Associates Committee of Sanctuary for Families, the Lawyer’s Committee of The Innocence Project, and the New York office’s Women@ Weil Steering Committee.
Ms. Oliver graduated with honors from The University at Buffalo Law School, where she was a member of the Law Review. She also received her Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and an M.B.A. from the University at Buffalo.