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Jennifer  McDougall, Esq.

Jennifer McDougall’s practice primarily focuses on commercial real estate, securities, and complex financial products litigation, where she represents both plaintiffs and defendants in state and federal courts at the trial and appellate levels, as well as in arbitrations. She also has experience in matters involving creditors’ rights and bankruptcy. Jennifer has a successful track record of recovering or defending against claims for hundreds of millions of dollars for the firm’s clients.

Jennifer’s clients include some of the largest real estate developers, hotel owners and developers, and real estate and hospitality companies in the country, including JDS Development, Aman Resorts, OKO Group, and Hudson Realty Capital. Jennifer also works with Kasowitz’s Real Estate Transactions group to counsel clients concerning the litigation implications of their agreements.
Jennifer has been recognized as a Rising Star by Legal Media Group: Expert Guides in the area of Litigation.

Jennifer also devotes her time to pro bono work. She leads Kasowitz’s efforts in providing pro bono representation to marginalized and vulnerable Westchester residents through a partnership with the Legal Services of the Hudson Valley. Jennifer has represented a number of Westchester’s most vulnerable families in eviction and foreclosure cases, preventing them from losing their homes.

Programs by Jennifer  McDougall, Esq..

As the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak continues to have an impact on society, it is impacting construction projects and real estate transactions across the country, giving rise to a wide variety of complex contract and other business disputes. P...

Program Number
30195
Program Date
2020-07-31
Category
Administrative Law & RegulationsComplex LitigationCovid-19Federal CourtsFlorida EligibleHospitality LawIn-House CounselLitigation & Litigation SkillsLitigation and AppealsReal EstateTrial Skills
State
CaliforniaColorado EFloridaGeorgiaNew YorkNew JerseyTexas Self Study