Jennifer Glasser | White & Case LLP International Law Firm, Global Law Practice
Jennifer Glasser
Jennifer Glasser

Jennifer Glasser

Associate, New York

T +1 212 819 8608

E jglasser@whitecase.com

Overview

Jennifer Glasser is an associate in the Firm's New York office and a member of the International Arbitration Group. Ms. Glasser has represented clients in institutional and ad hoc arbitrations involving both common and civil laws, and has particular experience with joint venture disputes, licensing and intellectual property disputes and financial institutions. Ms. Glasser also has experience representing and advising clients in US court proceedings related to the arbitral process, including successfully defending against a request for disclosure in aid of an international arbitration under 28 USC 1782.

Ms. Glasser's practice also extends to advising clients on issues related to contract drafting, enforcement and interpretation, as well as counseling clients in connection with pre-dispute strategy and settlement negotiations.

Bars and Courts

  • New York State Bar

Education

  • JD, University of Michigan Law School
  • BA, Northwestern University
  • Université de Paris IV (La Sorbonne)

Languages

  • English
  • French

Experience

US nylon and polymer company in a joint venture dispute under French law in three related ICC arbitrations seated in Paris and an ad hoc arbitration in Switzerland, in addition to related US proceedings with over US$1 billion in dispute.

Spanish gas company in a gas pricing dispute arising under a medium term extended gas sales agreement in an ICC arbitration in Geneva, Switzerland under New York law.

US multinational consumer products company in potential indemnification suit in New York arising out of a pending ICC arbitration in Paris with a North African licensee, including counseling and advising arbitration counsel in ongoing arbitration proceedings.

French financial institution in a FINRA arbitration under New York law involving a breach of contract dispute relating to a structured product with over US$200 million in dispute.

French subsidiary of US multinational consumer products company in an ad hoc arbitration under French law in Paris arising out of a joint venture agreement with over US$300 million in dispute.

Publications

  • District Court Rejects Use of Section 1782 In Aid of ICC Arbitration, Mealey's International Arbitration Report, September 2011, (co-author with Mark Beckett and Marc Suskin)

Awards & Recognition

S. Anthony Benton Memorial Award for scholastic excellence in constitutional and/or international law, Michigan Law School, 2009