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Jennifer Karpinski Singh, Associate

Jennifer Karpinski Singh, Associate

Jennifer Karpinski Singh is an experienced attorney who represents a diverse variety of industries in the environmental law sector. With a focus on chemical and product regulation and litigation defense, Jennifer provides clients with preventative compliance counseling to mitigate risk and defends businesses of all sizes that are facing enforcement actions.

Jennifer has a focus in Proposition 65 regulatory compliance, guiding clients through safe harbor practices as set forth by the Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA), product testing and potential exposures, labeling requirements, and defense and indemnification disputes throughout the supply chain. She also counsels businesses regarding California Consumer Products Regulations and the enforcement policies of the California Air Resources Board (CARB). A key part of Jennifer’s practice is helping clients navigate the complexities of the litigation process and negotiating advantageous settlement agreements and court-approved consent judgments.

Since her graduation from the University of North Carolina School of Law in 2005, Jennifer has practiced in a broad range of civil litigation and has successfully defended clients and secured summary judgment in state and federal courts throughout the United States. Before moving to San Francisco, she began her career as an associate in a Chicago law firm where she focused on products liability defense and served as national counsel for various consumer product and electrical device manufacturers, retailers and distributors. Prior to working with Grimaldi Law Offices, Jennifer was a junior associate at a San Francisco law firm, where she specialized in professional liability and employment law claims.

Jennifer is an active member of both the California State Bar Association and the Illinois State Bar Association and is the co-author of “California Proposition 65 Listings and Constitutional Non-Delegation: Glyphosate As A Case Study,” November 2017, Washington Legal Foundation (Critical Legal Issues Working Paper Series).

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