Julie M.Hendrickson

Associate

New York + 1.212.326.3641

Julie Hendrickson represents financial institutions in connection with structured product disputes, specifically as they relate to collateralized debt obligations. She also advises financial institutions on legal issues associated with the impending LIBOR (London Interbank Offered Rate) transition.

Julie also maintains an active pro bono practice and has experience assisting clients in submitting asylum and other immigration-related applications, petitioning for custody and child support, and advocating for prisoners' constitutional rights.

Experience

  • Global financial institution prepares risk impact assessment concerning LIBOR transitionJones Day is reviewing enterprise-wide portfolios for a global financial institution to prepare a risk impact assessment concerning the LIBOR transition.
  • Global systemically important bank (GSIB) conducts risk assessment to determine impact of LIBOR transition on enterprise-wide portfoliosJones Day is advising a GSIB with respect to enterprise-wide portfolios impacted by the LIBOR transition, including conducting portfolio-wide risk impact assessments, analyzing various consumer products, and developing litigation contingency plans.
  • Former CEO of Westpac defends U.S. federal securities class action in OregonJones Day is defending Brian Hartzer in relation to a United States federal securities class action commenced in the District of Oregon against Westpac Banking Corporation, Mr. Hartzer, and another Westpac executive in connection with alleged AML/CTF failures at Westpac.
  • Wells Fargo obtains summary judgment win in CDO litigationJones Day represented Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., Wells Fargo Securities LLC, and affiliate Structured Asset Investors LLC, as successor-in-interest to Wachovia Bank and Wachovia Securities, in an action filed by offshore investment vehicles of the German bank IKB alleging common law fraud in the sales of notes from three CDOs: Octans II, Sagittarius, and Longshore.
  • Corporate trustees seek advice relating to LIBOR transitionJones Day is advising two U.S.-based corporate trustees with respect to portfolios impacted by LIBOR transition and COFI cessation, including conducting portfolio-wide risk impact assessments, analyzing various consumer products, and developing litigation contingency plans.
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