Jessica Kraus brings meticulous attention to detail, grit and relentless resourcefulness to every matter, big or small. She represents a broad range of individuals and companies in litigation matters ranging from simple breach of contract cases to high stakes business disputes. She is also highly experienced in all aspects of eDiscovery, including developing efficiency strategies to streamline the discovery process and significantly reduce litigation costs for clients.
Jessica began her legal career with an AmLaw 100 law firm concentrating on complex commercial litigation. She has significant experience in antitrust litigation, government investigations, consumer class actions, intellectual property and unfair competition, including trade secrets, licensing and false advertising disputes. She has represented clients in a variety of industries, including technology, food and beverage, retail, and health care.
Key member of trial team on five-week jury trial in an investment fraud and breach of fiduciary duty matter resulting in $20.3 million verdict for the client.
Defended global footwear company against claims of false advertising and personal injuries.
Represented chip maker in global antitrust lawsuit that resulted in a $1.25 billion settlement.
Defended global food and beverage company in complex litigation and regulatory proceedings in various jurisdictions, including a series of consumer class actions challenging the labeling and advertising of certain health and nutrition claims.
Media & Events
- Legal Bites, 07.21.2020
- GPSolo, an ABA publication, September/October 2021
- Co-Author, Modern Restaurant Management, 09.16.2019
- Co-Author, The SciTech Lawyer, Summer 2019
J.D., University of Pittsburgh, School of Law
Loyola Law School, Visiting Semester, Spring 2004
B.A., Queen’s University, Kingston, ON, Canada, Economics and Classical Studies, with Honors