Wiggin and Dana Attorney Twice Named to Benchmark Litigation Under 40 Hot List
New Haven – Wiggin and Dana is proud to announce that litigation partner, Jenny Chou, has been named to Benchmark Litigation's 2017 Under 40 Hot List for the second year in a row. Practitioners in this category, all aged 40 or younger, have been recognized as the most promising emerging talent in their respective litigation communities by peers and clients.
Chair of the Litigation Department, James Glasser, commented that "Jenny's recognition by Benchmark Litigation for the second consecutive year is well-deserved and testament to her commitment to excellence and to her clients. Jenny is an accomplished and distinguished litigator who devotes herself to her client's causes. In addition, Jenny is active in pro bono causes and in her community, in addition to being a devoted and loving mother. We are extremely proud of Jenny's continued recognition by Benchmark Litigation."
Jenny Chou's practice focuses on government investigations, white collar defense, and complex civil litigation. Jenny advises clients in matters involving alleged false claims, securities violations, and other regulatory infractions. Jenny works closely with clients in the financial, health care, and food sectors, as well as individuals and nonprofit institutions. Jenny has served on the Magistrate Judge Merit Selection Panel for the District of Connecticut and is a James W. Cooper Fellow of the Connecticut Bar Foundation. Jenny also serves on the Board of Directors of the Connecticut Food Bank, co-chairs the Board of Friends of New Haven Legal Assistance, and co-chairs the New Haven committee of the Connecticut Asian Pacific American Bar Association.
To read more about Benchmark's "2017 Under 40 Hot List" competitive award process and qualifications please visit Benchmark Litigation's website.