Jennifer Schrack Dempsey Named Full Partner at Andersen Schwartzman Woodard Brailsford

Andersen Schwartzman Woodard Brailsford (ASWB), a Boise-based litigation firm specializing in civil trial practice and commercial dispute litigation, announced today that Jennifer Schrack Dempsey has been named as a full partner at the firm. Jennifer has been with ASWB since 2010 and serves as litigation counsel for both individuals and companies.

Jennifer specializes in business risk management and litigation, working primarily with agri-business and private commercial entities. Jennifer also provides employment counseling to both individuals and entities, including more formal representation should the need arise. Prior to moving to Boise in 2006, Jennifer’s practice primarily consisted of representing individuals, and classes of individuals, in various tort and contract matters.

“Jennifer’s drive to do what’s in the best interest of her clients — whether that’s litigation in trial or negotiation in the boardroom — has made her an invaluable member of our firm,” said Ben Schwartzman. “Adding her as a full partner helps to ensure the continued success of Andersen Schwartzman.”

In addition to her litigation practice, Jennifer represents refugee children and families in a variety of matters including child protection, parental rights and mentoring. She is presently collaborating with various entities, including the City of Boise and the Boise Chamber of Commerce, to promote diversity as a business driver and one that can positively impact a business’s bottom line.

About Andersen Schwartzman Woodard Brailsford

Andersen Schwartzman Woodard Brailsford is a Boise, Idaho-based commercial litigation law firm comprised of attorneys who win some of the toughest and most complex cases in the Gem State. The ASWB team has extensive experience managing and trying complex civil cases in Idaho, the Pacific Northwest, and across the United States. Its attorneys are licensed to practice law in California, Idaho, Illinois, Oregon, Utah, and Washington. They have tried cases to verdict in Alaska, California, Colorado, District of Columbia, Florida, Idaho, Illinois, Kansas, Montana, Oregon, South Carolina, and Washington.