Jessica Farmer is an associate in Holland & Knight’s Litigation and Dispute Resolution Practice in the firm’s Washington, D.C., office. Ms. Farmer has extensive federal and state litigation experience in a wide array of matters involving breach of contract, labor and employment, federal statutory claims, regulatory matters, business fraud, breach of trust cases, tax reimbursement claims against the United States and real estate disputes. In the area of alternative dispute resolution, Ms. Farmer has represented clients in arbitral disputes before the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and American Arbitration Association (AAA).
Recent matters include:
Ms. Farmer has participated in jury and bench trials in cases in federal court, has appeared before state and federal courts in a variety of proceedings, and has represented clients in settlement negotiations and mediations. Ms. Farmer has also managed extensive discovery for clients, including written discovery and complex discovery issues related to electronically stored information.
During law school, Ms. Farmer was an associate editor of the Maryland Law Review. She also served as a teaching assistant for legal writing and appellate advocacy courses.
In addition, Ms. Farmer worked as a paralegal while attending law school and as a judicial intern to Judge Leo E. Green Jr. in the Prince George’s County (Md.) Circuit Court.
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