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Jennifer A. Huber

Partner

Jen Huber has extensive experience handling trade secret and employee mobility disputes, complex civil litigation, and white collar criminal matters, especially those involving computer crimes.

Her clients include established businesses, start-ups and executives in a range of industries, including cloud computing, internet technologies, data analytics, transportation, financial services, medical devices, and venture capital.

Trade Secrets & Employee Mobility

Jen helps her clients hire top talent without getting into trouble, and to stop competitors and departing employees from stealing trade secrets.

When trade secret or employee mobility issues arise, they require immediate attention. Jen works with her clients to quickly develop a plan of action that takes into account their objectives and the value of the case. In the event that a dispute can’t be resolved without litigation, Jen has extensive trial experience in both state and federal courts.  

Complex Civil Litigation Expertise

In addition to employee mobility and trade secret expertise, Jen has litigated a wide range of complex civil cases in both state and federal courts, including, contract, fraud, securities, data breach, employment, and intellectual property disputes.

White Collar & Computer Crimes

Jen also has expertise representing both individuals and companies in internal and governmental investigations and lawsuits, including those involving the Department of Justice and Securities and Exchange Commission. She has handled a range of criminal matters, including antitrust, securities fraud, insider trading, and numerous matters involving computer crimes and hacking under state and federal laws, including the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act.

Jen Huber has extensive experience handling trade secret and employee mobility disputes, complex civil litigation, and white collar criminal matters, especially those involving computer crimes.

Her clients include established businesses, start-ups and executives in a range of industries, including cloud computing, internet technologies, data analytics, transportation, financial services, medical devices, and venture capital.

Trade Secrets & Employee Mobility

Jen helps her clients hire top talent without getting into trouble, and to stop competitors and departing employees from stealing trade secrets.

When trade secret or employee mobility issues arise, they require immediate attention. Jen works with her clients to quickly develop a plan of action that takes into account their objectives and the value of the case. In the event that a dispute can’t be resolved without litigation, Jen has extensive trial experience in both state and federal courts.  

Complex Civil Litigation Expertise

In addition to employee mobility and trade secret expertise, Jen has litigated a wide range of complex civil cases in both state and federal courts, including, contract, fraud, securities, data breach, employment, and intellectual property disputes.

White Collar & Computer Crimes

Jen also has expertise representing both individuals and companies in internal and governmental investigations and lawsuits, including those involving the Department of Justice and Securities and Exchange Commission. She has handled a range of criminal matters, including antitrust, securities fraud, insider trading, and numerous matters involving computer crimes and hacking under state and federal laws, including the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act.

IP, Technology, and Employees Behaving Badly

11/12/2015

Jennifer Huber will address civil and criminal issues that increasingly arise in a tech-connected world, including non-competes, trade secrets, and computer hacking and scraping. Read more

Strategies for Minimizing Risk of Privacy Class Actions

12/05/2014

Rachael Meny and Jennifer Huber provide guidance on which prevention strategies and potential defenses businesses can use against privacy class actions. Read more

California Trial Evidence 2014

10/20/2014

Jen Huber will serve as a faculty member for this seminar, which will give attendees the most up-to-date information on California evidence standards. Read more

Google Will Collect $1.3 million from Patent Troll that Sued its Customers

08/27/2014

Christa Anderson and Jennifer Huber successfully sued patent troll Beneficial Innovations in Marshall, Texas. Read more

Keker & Van Nest Defeats Patent Troll in Marshall, Texas

01/27/2014

On behalf of Google, Christa Anderson and her team successfully sued patent troll Beneficial Innovations Inc. Read more

Keker & Van Nest Wins Sanctions from SEC

10/02/2013

On behalf of a former Silicon Valley executive accused of accounting fraud, Keker & Van Nest has won a round in their battle with the Securities and Exchange Commission, landing sanctions against the commission for dragging its heels in discovery. Read more

Keker & Van Nest Celebrates Win Against the SEC

02/16/2010

Though plaintiff lawyers continue to achieve great success for investors who claim they were defrauded by the practice, many judges around the nation look skeptically at government efforts to treat stock options backdating as a civil or criminal offense. Read more