Jaclyn Verducci-Green is the Case Administrator for Antitrust cases at Cotchett, Pitre & McCarthy, where she has attained several years of high-level litigation experience in various federal, state, and appellate courts. Jaclyn primarily focuses on class actions, antitrust, business frauds, consumer law and contracts. Jaclyn has been instrumental in the prosecution of countless complex multi-district antitrust cases, which have recovered more than a billion dollars for cartel victims.
Jaclyn has widespread experience in all aspects of litigation including motion practice, discovery, and trial. Jaclyn has a vast understanding of electronically stored information (ESI) and review platforms. Jaclyn has managed countless complex electronic document review projects involving numerous party productions, high volumes of foreign language documents including Japanese, Chinese, Korean and German languages, as well as maintaining databases of all sizes, including those containing over 60 terabytes of data. Jaclyn has gained valuable insight and experience with predictive coding and other review analytics tools to increase the success of multifaceted document reviews.
Jaclyn has an extensive grasp on litigation against foreign entities, including service through Hague Convention and other means, arranging overseas depositions, and translation of foreign language documents for admissibility in Court.
Prior to joining CPM, Jaclyn interned as a Victim Advocate Assistant in the San Mateo County District Attorney’s office. Jaclyn received her Masters in Criminal Justice at Boston University, where she graduated with honors. While at Boston University Jaclyn was extensively trained on state-of-the-art digital forensic tools of the industry, and gained invaluable knowledge pertaining to ESI rules of digital evidence collection and processing, while maintaining the integrity of digital information for admissibility in Court.
Prior to receiving her Masters, Jaclyn graduated from St. Mary’s College of California (“SMC”) where she received her B.A. in Political Science with a Minor in English. While at SMC, Jaclyn served on the student counsel as Senior Class President and Junior Class Senator, and served as the Chair of the Clubs and Organization Board, as well as several other Student Life and Leadership positions. While attending SMC, Jaclyn had two paintings chosen for display in the St. Mary’s Art Museum annual exhibition. Jaclyn also spent time volunteer tutoring children at the LEO Center in Oakland. After completing her B.A. at SMC, Jaclyn returned to SMC where she obtained her ABA Paralegal Certificate.
Honors & Awards
Honors & Recognitions
Alpha Phi Sigma National Criminal Justice Honors Society
San Francisco Paralegal Association
Women in eDiscovery
Association of Certified E-Discovery Specialists (ACEDS)
Jaclyn is an avid supporter of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, the Salvation Army, and the Peninsula Humane Society. Jaclyn has also spent time volunteering for Second Harvest Food Bank and Rebuilding Together.
Boston University, Masters in Criminal Justice
Saint Mary’s College of California, ABA Paralegal Certificate
Saint Mary’s College of California, B.A.