B.A., Political Science
B.A., Communication Arts
University of Wisconsin-Madison
J.D., DePaul University, 2008
Jessica Bloodgood is an attorney with Greer, Burns & Crain in Chicago. Her legal practice focuses on worldwide brand protection and matters related to developing and implementing programs to combat online counterfeiting and infringement.
GBC’s anti-counterfeiting team has seized tens of thousands of counterfeit domains, recovered millions of dollars in assets and amassed over $2 billion in judgments. Ms. Bloodgood manages all aspects of GBC’s anti-counterfeiting litigation. She represents high-profile clients before federal courts in trademark infringement and counterfeiting actions, and assists with counterfeiting-related investigations worldwide.
Ms. Bloodgood earned her law degree from DePaul University College of Law in 2008. Prior to law school, Ms. Bloodgood earned a dual Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Communication Arts and a certificate in Criminal Justice from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Prior to joining GBC Ms. Bloodgood gained experience in personal injury, estate planning, and real estate law.