Dorothy Giobbe is a skilled legal leader in the fintech and emerging technology space with an extensive track record of supporting innovative technology projects in the financial services industry. Dorothy has more than a decade of in-house legal experience as a trusted advisor to C-suite leadership regarding blockchain, distributed ledger technology (DLT), crypto-assets, quantum computing, machine learning/artificial intelligence, biometrics/digital identity, cybersecurity, government relations, and bank regulation.
Prior to joining Jones Day in 2021, Dorothy served as executive director and assistant general counsel of emerging technology at JPMorgan Chase, where she served as a key advisor to the bank's business leadership on emerging technology initiatives. Dorothy also led legal engagements with state Attorneys General in alignment with consumer and community banking business priorities and strategies. In addition, she managed high-profile regulatory issues and emerging legal risks; reporting and regulatory exams; responses to regulatory actions and inquiries from the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), Federal Reserve Board (FRB), and Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB); and led a team of lawyers responsible for providing legal and strategic guidance to independent control functions involving compliance, risk, audit, and oversight and control.
Dorothy has extensive experience in product liability litigation as well. Early in her career she was seconded, at the client's request, to the in-house litigation department of a New Jersey-based major consumer health care products and pharmaceutical company.
Dorothy also has a deep history of leadership on diversity and inclusion initiatives.
- Brooklyn Law School (J.D. 1999; Editor-in-Chief, Brooklyn Journal of International Law; Awarded full academic scholarship; Member, Moot Court Honor Society; Dean's Merit Scholarship); Boston University (B.S. 1991)
- New York, U.S. District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York, and U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit