Since barring in 2011, ms. Gjesvold, "jen" dubbed the supernatural young laywer by seasoned collugues, has produced remarkable results representing clients in multi jurisdiction litigation, class action lawsuits, high profile business disputes and some of the most famous retired NFL players in American history and various other retired professional athletes which she takes a special interest in as jen, a professional athlete herself, was forced to retire due to a catastrophic injury during competition at a USEF event.
She represents Professional athletes, musicians, rappers, screen play writers, movie stars, comedians, publishers, patent holders, nike sports models, among other high profile federal agents and secret criminal investigators, US attorneys, federal corrections agents, secret service advisors, irs investigators, several dallas metro police officers, the famous kliff club, department of defense employees, KPMG, Johnson and johnson, djo, Jones day law firm, the law office of Timothy vinson, jj Kim law firm, several out of state firms, international companies including the largest railway tie manufacturing company in the world, the largest intellectual property law firm in mexico, among several other industry leaders.
She has defended and or litigated as counsel of record for companies and individuals in litigation against samsung, i-flow, stryker, tricom, for mercer company, Regus group, ups, oceans hospital, Athene insurance company, chessapeke oil and gas, the dfw board authority members, the city of dallas, department of aging and disability, the state bar of texas, the secretary of state, the dallas district attorneys office, tarrant county district attorneys office, state farm insurance company, American airlines, Ayava, cru, inc., albertsons, the NFL, the NCAA, the NFLConcussion settlement, the NFL copyright infringement litigation, The FEI, quebec fashion designers companies, Bell helicopter employees, lockheed martin areospace engineers, cardiologists, board certified psychiatrists, gatehouse non profit, the attorney general, the world famous world war II Thirsty 13th, new york hedge fund owner seth washburne, the anita fox murder case, john hancock insurance co. The fbi, the texas rangers, colleyville police department, tarrant county sheriffs department, the us attorney office ndtx, the us attorneys office in colorado, the us attorneys office in south carolina, the us attorneys office in new york, the attorney generals office in oregon, tcu professors, unt law school professors, among many others including utube channel celebrities and world renown opera singers, microft emploees, commercial and private piolts, several MENSA members, jennifer carey (collin county judicial bribry and organized crime case) pitman davis owner, independantly weathly socialites, among several others.
She has also acted as a litigation consultant for 12 years to some of the most famous people in the us and overseas and in national newsworthy cases across the country for television producers, nationally published authors, law firms, and large corporations. Some of her consulting work involved the dr. Phil litigation, the anita fox murder case, the national ricco case against the Irish trvelers out of South carolina, the NFL concussion litigation, the oregon attorney generals office trial division various prisoner litigation cases, lamplight equestrian center and Chicago district courts, baltimore Maryland police commissioner, the charla and Darren mack case out of nevada, the new York mobsters and teamsters trial, assisting in taking out a dentist who was funding terrorist activity with the us attorneys office in new york, the Bernie madof bankruptcy case, steve Harvey 's criminal contempt for non payment of child support, supervising hillary Clinton's security detail in new york, the jennifer and David carey modification and transfer litigation, the seth wasburne/thirst 13th litigation.
She has consulted for international companies and governments from india, poland, germany, the United Kingdom, Mexico, the Chech Republic, South Africa, South America and Canada on international treatises and business in the us.
She routinely is hired by out of state law firms as a litigation consultant and or local counsel for companies and law firms from Oregon, Washington DC, Maryland, Illinois, New York, California, Arizona, New Mexico, Michigan, Florida, Nevada, Mississippi, Arkansas, Georgia, South Carolina, Michigan, Texas, Ohio, Oaklahoma, Louisiana, Delaware, among others.
She has successfully brought four cases to the jury since 2011 winning at the trial and appellate level every time ( 13 finished and pending appeals). Her first solo trial set the current trend in business litigation to use criminal contempt as a strategic mechanism to obtain compliance in debt collection, post judgment discovery, and in highly litigious business disputes involving non-compete litigation and misappropriation of intellectually property litigation. In Ms. Gjesvold's criminal contempt case she tried two full criminal contempt trials within a business dispute case out of the 429th Tavis county district court. At the first trail she got an aquittal on 4 of 5 charges and the court imposed s 3 day sentence. In the second contempt she obtained 327 aquittals and her client was held in contempt on 24 charges sending her client to jail on a 125 day sentence. Believing she had done everything at the trial level to perfect appeal, she collateral attacked the judgment and incarceration with a habeas petition and emergency order to release on bond. Her client was released after 12 days and the 3rd circuit upheld Ms. Gjesvold ' s trial argument in a published westlaw opinion holding the argument she made was now the law regarding statutory interpretation of enforcing temporary injuctions. That case was cited and affirmed later by the 5th circuit. In her third jury trial in a multiclaim business dispute she obtained a partial defense verdict that went up on appeal from the 96th district court in tarrant county. The appellate court rendered a full defense verdict overturning the jury's decisions on each claim and awarded her client all attorneys fees and costs. That opinion was also published in westlaw and established new case law on several legal claims including breach of contract, formation of a contract, promissory reliance, fraud, piecing the corporate veil, and reasonableness of attorneys fees. The decision was upheld by the state supreme court and remains the most recent precedent in that area of law. She has completed 10 appeals at the state and federal levels and has won every appeal from her trial work in administrative proceedings, county court decisions, state the federal district court, the ndtx bankruptcy court, Texas supreme court, the 5th circuit and the United states supreme court. While clerk ing for the ndny federal district court, she drafted an appendi opinion which was upheld by the 2nd circuit court of appeals and published in westlaw. She has several other case published in westlaw and has helped change laws and set precedent throughout the United states.
Jen is an internationally cited published author in the field of criminal justice and behavior.&h
She has written published legal articles for the Dallas Bar Association , Gatehouse Nonprofit, Findlaw and online at AVVO and www.jkglawfirm.com.
She has won several awards, and both she and her cases have been featured on cnn, the today show, forensic files, espn, the Houston chronical, the new york times, usa today, the Connecticut newspaper, local news stations through out the nation, in the UK and in the movies concussion, think like a man act like a woman, ride along, the Grammy awards and the masters golf tournament (PGA tour).
Most recently she was interviewed by a national publisher for legal advice which is going to be include in the nationally published book about divorce and overcoming obsticles.