Her long-term colleagues and clients will tell you that paralegal Jennifer Wylie has a natural propensity for research. She has a knack for finding just what is needed, in just the right time.
Jennifer provides invaluable assistance with federal white collar criminal trials, in particular with two high-profile trials in Cincinnati and Des Moines, internal investigations and in representing immigrants seeking asylum. Additionally, she helps with matters involving securities enforcement, insurance coverage and environmental litigation. Her tailored experience ranges from researching case law and analyzing pleadings to drafting motions and notices.
Highly organized, Jennifer serves as a project manager, managing several databases for document production, including uploading the data, running searches and creating productions and privilege logs. She also completes independent, on-site reviews of clients' records and documents, drafts summary memos for clients, and assists in meeting with government officials and federal and state prosecutors.
Currently, Jennifer serves on the team of the Special Compliance Coordinator, appointed by the U.S. Department of Commerce, to monitor, assess, and report on the U.S. export control compliance of Zhongxing Telecommunications Equipment Corporation, of Shenzhen, China, and ZTE Kangxun Telecommunications Ltd. of Hi-New Shenzhen, China (collectively, ZTE). She honed these skills working on a prior monitorships earlier in her career.
Before joining Barnes & Thornburg, Jennifer worked for K&L Gates and Andrews Kurth LLP, where she honed her knowledge and skills to virtually all things related to litigation, investigations, and monitorships.
Professional and Community Involvement
Captain, MedStar Capitals Iceplex Women’s Ice Hockey League and several tournament teams