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MLS #: 1234567
Built in: 2002
Dimensions: 3,200 sq. ft.
Description: Quiet suburban home in residential cul-de-sac, upgraded kitchen, new appliances, beautiful landscaping with 2 acres of property.
- 4 bedrooms
- 3 full baths, 2 half baths
- Finished basement
- 3 car garage
- Large deck
- Granite countertops
- Hardwood floors
- Marble entryway with cathedral ceilings
- Triple-pane windows
Mission: Aerial Surveillance
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Jennifer Rothstein is a Director with Kroll’s Cyber Security and Investigations practice, based in the New York office. Jennifer develops and broadens the strategic partnerships established with insurance companies, brokers, and law firms that specialize in cyber liability insurance. She leads cross-functional activity to facilitate new business opportunities and targeted innovative product development as it relates to cyber liability and cyber resiliency, both in the private and public sector. She joined Kroll after a distinguished career in professional liability program management, ediscovery product development, and intellectual property ownership rights management.
Previously, Jennifer directed the development and growth of professional lines programs for business segments including lawyers, broker dealers, accountants, real estate agents, and architects and engineers. She also was co-creator of the insurance market’s first ediscovery services endorsement for over 10 lines of business for a major international carrier. She co-developed an exclusive patent liability defense program with a national broker for the tech sector’s top industry leaders.
Jennifer has spoken in numerous forums on the topics of underwriting cyber risks and creating a culture of cyber resiliency and has been an instructor at the CLM Litigation Management Institute at Columbia University. She is an active board member with the New York Metro InfraGard chapter, where she raises awareness of the importance of cyber insurance as another remedy to protect against cyber attacks.
Jennifer began her career in the insurance industry at AIG. In that role, she facilitated the underwriting of electronic and intangible risks into corporate insurance policies. Her role also included the enforcement of the Litigation Management Guidelines and the review and approval of panel counsel invoices.
Previously, Jennifer’s work with an e-business consulting company included negotiation of Master Services Agreements, equipment leases, and software licensing contracts with a variety of vendors from different market sectors. She managed subcontractor relationships and developed forms including Code of Business Conduct, Non-Disclosure Agreement Guidelines, and Trademark and Copyright Use Guidelines.
Jennifer implemented and managed an online inquiry mailbox, where she responded to inquiries on topics relevant to dispute resolution, use of trademarks and copyrights, and ownership of intellectual property. In her work at a national network television station, she was responsible for intellectual property clearances and worked with studio producers to ensure compliance with broadcast standards.
Education and Certifications
J.D., Cardozo School of Law
B.A., Columbia University
Dignity for All Students Act (DASA) Certification, New York State Education Department
Affiliations and Memberships
New York Metro InfraGard, Director, Board of Directors
Claims and Litigation Management Alliance, Fellow
“Are You Prepared to Respond to Your Next Cyber Incident?” University Risk Management Journal. Fall 2015.
“Ghosts of retail data breaches: Past, present and future,” Kroll.com, December 11, 2014.
“Frankly Ludicrous: Time to Hone Your IT and E-Discovery Knowledge,” Litigation Management. Winter 2014.
“Cyber Extortion: Consider How Your Cyber Insurance Policy Can Help You Respond,” Kroll.com, August 22, 2014.
“Where is it (Under) Written? Exploring the Risks and Costs of e-Discovery,” Litigation Management. Fall 2013.
“Managing Your Clients e-Discovery Obligations,” New Jersey Law Journal: Law Office Technology & e-Discovery. February 4, 2008.
“Introducing Electronic Discovery to Insurance Claims: How the electronic discovery process intersects underwriting, claims and litigation,” Sue Magazine: For Women in Litigation. April/May 2009.
More from Jennifer Rothstein
Cyber Security North America Retail
Ghosts of retail data breaches: Past, present and future
December 11, 2014
“Today’s practitioners must earn more than a fair amount of technical proficiency to competently manage e-discovery and ESI.”
- Jennifer Rothstein
Cyber Security E-Discovery Financial Services Legal North America
Frankly Ludicrous: Time to Hone Your IT and E-Discovery Knowledge
December 01, 2014
Business Services Cyber Security Insurance North America
Cyber extortion: Consider how your cyber insurance policy can help you respond
August 22, 2014
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California Dreamin’…of an Unclaimed Property Voluntary Program
In order to encourage corporations to come forward with any past due reports of unclaimed property, the California legislature has just introduced a new bill, which if passed, would initiate a Voluntary Disclosure Agreement Program (“VDA”). Corporate holders that are accepted into the program and complete the disclosure process in good faith will be rewarded with abatement of any interest and penalties that may otherwise have been imposed for late reporting.
Equally important, companies that come forward voluntarily, unless the Controller determines it has made a fraudulent or willful misrepresentation in its submission, will also be protected from audit by the Controller for all periods covered under the VDA.
The VDA program would be the first in the state since its amnesty program ended in 2002. The legislative move is a welcome option to Holders that may have unremitted property relating to prior years, given that under the current provisions, the state automatically assesses interest at 12% per annum (CA Unclaimed Property Law §1577) on both notices initiated by the State and late filed reports – among the highest interest rates in the country.
CA Assembly Bill 2773, as amended, would require the Controller to adopt regulations for the implementation and enforcement to assist holders wishing to come into full compliance with the state.
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