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Jennifer M. Rosa

Jennifer M. Rosa

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Jennifer Rosa is a Litigation & Dispute Resolution counsel in Mayer Brown's New York office. Her practice focuses on representing financial institutions, pharmaceutical companies, and other multinational corporations in complex commercial and securities litigation in federal and state courts. Her experience also includes representing clients in government agency proceedings and internal investigations. Jennifer concentrates on the areas of banking and financial services, including actions involving alleged violations of the securities laws and allegations of fraud or misrepresentation in the sale of complex financial instruments, such as residential mortgage-backed securities (“RMBS”), foreign exchange products, and other derivative instruments.

Jennifer focuses a significant portion of her practice on the representation of trustees, issuers, underwriters, sponsors, originators, and servicers arising in litigations, internal investigation, and government investigations arising out of their roles in RMBS transactions. These matters often involve defending clients against allegations of violations of the securities laws, common law fraud, misrepresentation, or breach of contract. In addition, Jennifer represents client in the mortgage space in foreclosure and other loss mitigation proceedings and putback litigations. Jennifer also counsels clients in the RMBS space relating to risk management and regulatory issues arising out of legacy RMBS platforms and other deal management issues.

In 2014 and 2015, Super Lawyers named Jennifer to its New York Metro “Rising Stars” list in the area of Business Litigation.

Jennifer joined Mayer Brown in 2008, prior to which she was associated with a prominent New Jersey-based law firm.

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