Jeannine is a Partner at Hausfeld LLP. Her practice focuses primarily on private enforcement of federal and state antitrust law.
Jeannine is adept and experienced in managing all aspects and phases of e-discovery, the complex process of discovering and producing electronically stored information (ESI). She routinely navigates detailed, complex and contentious ESI issues from dispute to resolution, including briefing and arguing e-discovery motions when necessary. A member of the Sedona Conference’s Working Group on Electronic Document Retention and Production, Jeannine counsels Hausfeld’s litigation teams in negotiations relating to preservation, search, and production of ESI in cases often involving dozens of defendants, negotiates ESI search terms, technology-assisted review (predictive coding) methodologies, and database productions, and manages complex document reviews using advanced review analytics to speed discovery. She regularly serves as faculty at the Sedona Conference’s eDiscovery Negotiation Training, Georgetown Law’s eDiscovery Training Academy, and is recognized in Chambers’ Band 4 for E-Discovery & Information Governance.
Jeannine brings to her legal work nearly two decades of experience in public policy spanning a wide range of legislative and regulatory fields, including agriculture, food safety, telecommunications, and financial services, among others, advocating for the public interest and consumers. For nearly five years, she worked as a legislative assistant for two United States Senators. As a Senior Policy Analyst for Consumers Union, publisher of Consumer Reports, she advocated for consumer interests before Congress and federal agencies, testifying before congressional committees, and presenting oral and written testimony to federal regulatory agencies. Jeannine also served as an appointed member of two federal advisory committees related to pesticide safety. Between stints at Consumers Union, she served as the Vice President of Domestic Affairs for the National Cooperative Business Association, representing member-owned consumer, producer, and purchasing cooperatives. From 2010 to 2011, Jeannine clerked for the Honorable Cynthia M. Rufe, United States District Court Judge, Eastern District of Pennsylvania.