Jennifer Hulst draws on more than 20 years of professional experience in litigation and disputes to provide legal and market research, draft, review, and analyze legal memoranda and discovery, and support litigation administration, depositions, arbitrations, and trials.
Ms. Hulst’s work spans intellectual property, antitrust, employment, class actions, insurance coverage, and tort matters. She applies her expertise to support client intake and engagement, economic analyses, develop legal analyses for approaches to damages, perform market research of products, suppliers, and purchasers, and monitor project deadlines and case law developments that affect clients.
Examples of Ms. Hulst’s work include the following projects:
| Conducted market research relating toon the use of middleware technology, and assessed legal framework to support recovery of damages, including lost profits and unjust enrichment, from alleged misappropriation of major credit card company’s trade secrets and proprietary information.
| Assessed legal framework to support recovery of damages, including reasonable royalty, lost profits, and unjust enrichment, resulting from alleged breach of patent licensing agreement for 3D film conversion technology.
| Conducted market and legal research to support damages, including irreparable harm, reasonable royalty, lost profits, and apportionment, for patent infringement in a variety of legal matters involving pharmaceutical and technology products.
| Assessed legal framework to support recovery of damages for losses resulting from alleged unfair competition, including misappropriation of global bank’s confidential and proprietary information.
Ms. Hulst is a certified trial technician, and has assisted counsel in jury trials in several civil litigation matters in California. Before joining Secretariat, she was director of litigation operations at Intensity.
Ms. Hulst earned her A.A.S. in Paralegal Studies from Kelsey Jenney College, where she graduated with high honors.