Jocelyn A. Steiner
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Ms. Steiner is adept at fulfilling the needs of her clients in both litigation and transactional matters. Her legal practice focuses primarily on matters related to commercial litigation, contracts, labor and employment, anti-fraud and corporate and internal compliance. Ms. Steiner advises corporate clients on practical and effective strategies for protecting intellectual property.
Before joining The Marbury Law Group, Ms. Steiner lived and worked as an international corporate attorney at a major law firm in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. Her Mongolian practice, which primarily counseled foreign-client investment and business in Mongolia, focused on global securities offerings and stock exchange listings, company formation, commercial lending, project finance, joint ventures, privatization, and acquisitions in the mining, banking, securities, aircraft leasing, oil and gas, and retail sales industries.
Prior to working in Mongolia, Ms. Steiner practiced as a litigation associate in the Washington, DC office of a national law firm. While there, she gained valuable experience in the areas of government and internal investigations, white collar criminal defense, antitrust, corporate securities, intellectual property, commercial litigation, and preparation of clients and witnesses for governmental agency testimony.
Before attending Georgetown University Law Center, Ms. Steiner served as a United States Peace Corps Volunteer in the Republic of Uzbekistan from August 1998 until October 2000.
- Georgetown University Law Center (J.D., 2005); Georgetown Journal of International Law (formerly Law & Policy in International Business)
- University of Florida (B.A. Philosophy & English, magna cum laude, 1998)
- District of Columbia
- Georgia (Inactive Member in Good Standing)
- U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia
- “EPA’s New Enforcement Chief Recently Announced Plans to Expand Criminal Enforcement and Better Integrate That Program With Civil Enforcement Priorities. Public Utilities Should be Concerned – And Recent Cases in Mississippi and the Virgin Islands Show Why.” NACWA Legal Perspectives, Volume 5, Issue 1, Spring 2006 (Co-authored with Bruce Pasfield).
- “Securities Fraud Investigations: The Basics of Avoiding Criminal Charges.” ABA-CLE Publication on Securities Fraud, 2006 (Co-authored with Joe Whitley and George Koenig).