Molly Jennings focuses her practice on complex commercial and government-facing litigation, with a particular focus on tech companies.  She regularly handles high-stakes civil litigation matters, including class actions, implicating a wide range of statutes, including state and federal consumer protection laws, antitrust laws, civil RICO, Section 230, the CFAA and federal Indian law. 

Ms. Jennings has experience with all phases of federal civil litigation, having represented major corporations before US district courts, federal courts of appeals and the Supreme Court. She has argued dispositive motions, taken and defended depositions, coordinated extensive electronic discovery, and drafted motions of all kinds.

Ms. Jennings’ practice spans a wide range of industries including major tech companies, aerospace and defense contractors, colleges and universities, Native American tribes and municipal corporations.  

Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Jennings clerked for the Honorable Michael S. Kanne of the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals.  



  • A selection of recent litigation matters include:

    • Representing a major technology company in overlapping antitrust class actions demanding more than $2 trillion in damages through discovery
    • Suing a spyware manufacturer on behalf of a major technology company under the CFAA
    • Defending a top-tier university from multiple civil RICO class actions arising from the “Varsity Blues” scandal, including securing dismissal of the consolidated complaint
    • Obtaining complete dismissal of a COPPA lawsuit against a major technology company
    • Representing a fintech company owned by a Native American tribe in overlapping consumer class actions alleging civil RICO violations through jurisdictional discovery, appeal, and settlement


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  • Education

    • JD, Harvard Law School, 2013

      cum laude Article and Outreach Editor, Harvard Journal of Law & Technology
    • BA, English Literature, Washington University in St. Louis, 2010

      summa cum laude Phi Beta Kappa
  • Admissions

    • District of Columbia

    • Missouri

  • Clerkships

    • US Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, 2013 - 2014



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