Jeannine Jacobson represents clients in insurance coverage and commercial litigation. She is an experienced trial and appellate lawyer, representing clients in both federal and state courts. In addition, she achieves favorable results for her clients in alternative dispute resolution. Ms. Jacobson is a member of the firm’s Health and Benefits Litigation Group.
Employee and Group Benefits Litigation
A large portion of Ms. Jacobson’s career has been devoted to defending employers and insurers in the field of life, health, and disability litigation, under both ERISA and Florida state law. She is actively involved with the Defense Research Institute’s Life, Health, and Disability Committee.
As a proponent of community work, Ms. Jacobson has volunteered with the Posse Foundation, an organization that identifies public high school students with extraordinary academic and leadership potential who may otherwise be overlooked by the traditional college selection process. She has served as a Florida election observer since 2004.
Ms. Jacobson began her career serving as a law clerk for the Honorable Martha Warner of Florida’s Fourth District Court of Appeal. While in law school, she was a founding member of the Duke Journal of Gender Law and Policy.