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Erica T. Jones

Erica T. Jones

Associate

Erica Jones is a litigation associate with a particular focus on emerging legal issues relating to cryptocurrency and changing technologies, and securities litigation. Most recently, Erica has represented a publicly traded company and their affiliates in two putative class action RICO cases, where she drafted motions and arguments to oppose class certification.

Erica earned her J.D. from Harvard Law School, where she received the Dean’s Scholar Prize in “Legal Profession - The New Market for Personal Legal Services: Ethical and Professional Challenges.”  She also served as a chairperson of the Women’s Law Association and as a line editor of the Harvard Journal of Law and Gender.

Prior to joining Proskauer, Erica was an intern with the Civil Division of the Department of Justice in the Constitutional and Specialized Tort Litigation Section. Erica earned a B.A. in English Literature and Media Studies from Auburn University, where she was a Presidential Merit Scholar.

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Pandemic for Profit? – SEC Enforcement Patrols Press Releases

In times of crisis, fraudsters attempt to exploit the latest news developments to lure investors into scams, and the once-in-a-century global health crisis we are currently facing is no exception. On February 4, 2020, the SEC noted in an Investor Alert that it was aware of a number of web-based promotions claiming that the products … Continue Reading

“Ain’t No River Wide Enough”: Second Circuit Says No Per Se Bar to Extraterritorial Application of Section 1782

This month, the Second Circuit weighed in on open issues relating to discovery under 28 U.S.C. § 1782. Section 1782 allows federal courts to order entities that “reside[] or [are] found” in their district to produce evidence for use in a proceeding before “a foreign or international tribunal” upon request by “any interested person.”… Continue Reading
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