Jeff Love advises businesses, especially startups, as outside general counsel. He routinely counsels clients on product development, regulatory and employment issues, and crisis management.
A seasoned litigator, Jeff represents plaintiffs and defendants in complex commercial disputes, through trial and appeals. Jeff previously tried high stakes cases and ran internal investigations at several prominent trial boutiques. Jeff also served in the Office of the White House Counsel during the Obama Administration.
Jeff clerked at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, for Judge David Tatel on the D.C. Circuit, and for Judge James Boasberg on the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia.
He received his law degree from Yale Law School.
Jeff is licensed to practice in California and D.C.
Yale Law School — J.D.
- Articles Editor, Yale Law Journal
Stanford University — B.A., M.A.