Jacqueline Peña defends business entities in complex product liability and commercial liability litigation.
Jacky has defended clients in complex, high-exposure and catastrophic injury cases, including auto and premises liability and property damage claims, including claims brought under New York’s Scaffold Law, as well as toxic tort matters involving exposure to lead. She handled all stages of litigation from inception through trial preparation, jury selection and appeal.
Jacky has first-chaired three jury trials and four bench trials and has argued before the New Jersey Appellate Division and the New York Appellate Division. Her experience includes representing insurance, trucking, and construction companies as well as commercial property owners and others.
Outside the office, Jacky enjoys mentoring young people through the American Dream Pipeline Mentorship Program of the Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey and is a board member of Amigas, Inc., a New Jersey-based organization dedicated to the empowerment of women.
Jacky is fluent in Spanish.