|Contact Info||Telephone: 267.519.6875|
|University ||Boston College, B.A., magna cum laude, 2005; Phi Beta Kappa|
|Law School||University of Michigan Law School, J.D., 2009|
|Admitted||2011, Pennsylvania; New Jersey; New York (pending)|
•Pennsylvania Bar Association
•Philadelphia Bar Association
•Anti-Defamation League Glass Leadership Institute 2013-2014
•Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia's Renaissance Group
•The Junior League of Philadelphia
•The Spruce Foundation
Jessica Wuebker focuses her practice in the area of professional liability defense. She has represented a variety of professional liability clients, including hospitals, physicians, health care industry insurance carriers, and energy companies.
In addition, Jessica has experience handling product liability, mass tort, and commercial litigation. In the area of intellectual property, she has represented numerous products manufacturers, including a beverage distributor, a hair care products line, and a women's shoe and accessory designer.
Jessica was a law clerk for the Honorable Frank Palumbo in Philadelphia's Court of Common Pleas. At the University of Michigan Law School, she was associate editor of the Michigan Journal of Race & Law and social chair of the Jewish Law Students' Association. Jessica served as a legal intern at the Office of the District Attorney in Philadelphia and at the San Francisco Municipal Transit Agency while attending law school.
She was the recipient of a Fulbright Fellowship, serving as an international relations department intern at Dresden City Hall in Germany. Jessica was also a Pembroke College Visiting Law Student at Oxford University and was elected to the Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society at Boston College.
• Co-Author, “Home Is Where the Office Is: Ethical Implications of the Virtual Office,” American Bar Association Professional Liability Newsletter, Spring 2014
Jessica L. Wuebker Joins Goldberg Segalla
November 11, 2013
Documents by this lawyer on Martindale.com
Ain’t Nothin’ But A “G”ift Thing - Ethics of Accepting Client Gifts
Seth L. Laver,Colleen M. Murphy,Jessica L. Wuebker, March 12, 2015
Rapper Dr. Dre recently made headlines when he gifted each member of his legal team a holiday “bonus,” in sums of $10,000 and up. While undoubtedly very generous, is such a grand gesture from a client to an attorney ethically permissible? It depends.
Company Wellness Programs: More To Love or The Biggest Loser?
Christopher Kendric,Seth L. Laver,Jessica L. Wuebker, March 12, 2015
Reportedly nearly 2/3 of us resolve each new year to improve our fitness level (yet ¾ of us don’t achieve that goal). Maybe our employers can help? Employers are beginning to offer financial incentives to workers who take part in wellness programs that include screenings for blood pressure,...
Friendly Reminder: Don’t Lie to Clients
Jennifer H. Feldscher,Seth L. Laver,Jessica L. Wuebker, March 12, 2015
Professional Liability Matters would have considerably less content to discuss but for professionals who break seemingly obvious rules. For example, some would think that it goes without saying that a professional can’t lie to clients. Yet, a recent New Jersey ethics decision is proof...
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