Professional Details

Jessica B. Do

Associate

Jessica Do is a commercial litigator in Los Angeles office of Theodora Oringher PC.  Jessica’s practice focuses on complex business and intellectual property disputes. She represents clients in a wide array of matters, including contract disputes, fraud claims, breach of fiduciary duty allegations, insurance coverage disputes, copyright and trademark infringement claims, and unfair competition actions.

During law school, Jessica served as co-chair of the nationally ranked UC Hastings Moot Court Team and competed in the National Moot Court Competition, Thomas Tang Moot Court Competition, and Roger J. Traynor Moot Court Competition. She also served as a Notes Editor for the Hastings Law Journal. Jessica has also worked for the California Superior Court, County of Los Angeles as a judicial extern.

Prior to joining Theodora Oringher Jessica was an associate at Ropers Majeski.

Representative Matters

  • Secured a favorable non-monetary settlement for the CEO of a film distribution and aggregator company in a shareholder derivative lawsuit that alleged dilution, breaches of fiduciary duties, and corporate waste, plus a companion trademark lawsuit. As part of the terms of the settlement, the disgruntled shareholder was removed through a Stock Repurchase Agreement and dismissal of the trademark lawsuit.
  • Achieved a favorable settlement for clients involved in internet commerce who were defendants in a matter involving allegations of fraud, copyright, and trade dress infringement related to the web design of two competing companies.
  • Won a full dismissal with prejudice on behalf of an insurance company in a suit brought by a third-party claimant alleging injuries from a motor vehicle accident with the insured and asserting allegations of fraud against the insurer. The court sustained our demurrer to the complaint.
  • Secured a favorable settlement for a major national insurance company facing claims of bad faith and breach of contract where the damages sought were in excess of $500,000.

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