Jocelyn Greer is an associate in Morrison & Foerster’s Litigation practice. Her experience touches on complex matters related to government investigations, filing and drafting motions to dismiss securities claims, and infringment complaints in addition to extensive and varied pro bono work.
Jocelyn has extensive litigation experience including successfully arguing in support of a motion to reopen discovery and an evidentiary objection in federal and state courts, as well as work with federal agencies. She recently managed a team representing a client in a SEC accounting fraud investigation that resulted in no charges. She has also researched and drafted over twenty filings including several motions to dismiss securities claims, a temporary restraining order to halt the misappropriation of a client’s trade secrets, and a trademark infringement complaint.
Jocelyn is a graduate of Columbia Law School where she served as Staff Editor for the Columbia Human Rights Law Review and as a member of the Black Law Students Association. She also provided legal assistance to incarcerated clients suffering from civil rights violations as part of a Columbia Law School clinic: “Challenging the Consequences of Mass Incarceration.”
In addition to her litigation and investigations practice, Jocelyn is committed to pro bono service, including drafting Amicus Curiae briefs concerning the deportation of immigrants living with HIV, white papers on healthcare rights of youth in foster care and detention systems on the East Coast, and soliciting community input for a report on the Los Angeles Police Department’s use of body cameras.
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