Boseul "Jenny" Jeong focuses her practice on matters involving acquisition, disposition, and financing/refinancing of commercial real estate. She drafts and reviews documents related to diverse commercial real estate projects and transactions, including purchase and sale agreements, amendments to easement agreements, loan documents, lease agreements and legal opinions. She is skilled in regulatory research on many topics including zoning restrictions and state licensing requirements.
Jenny has also worked with clients on matters related to SBA-guaranteed loans and small business lending, and general litigation matters with an emphasis on discrimination and other employment-related issues within institutions of higher education. She managed other litigation and risk management disputes related to commercial contracts, the Fair Housing Act, and constitutional challenges.
Prior to joining Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP, Jenny worked as a judicial intern for the Honorable Liam O'Grady, U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, where she drafted memoranda on issues such as personal jurisdiction, contract interpretation, and statutory interpretation, as well as issues related to veterans' reemployment rights and Federal Rules of Evidence 404(b). In addition, Jenny has significant experience working in Seoul, South Korean for a variety of NGOs, conducting research and providing recommendations on the protection of unregistered children, the persecution of North Korean defectors, and the reunification of Germany and its implications for the two Koreas. Jenny is fluent in Korean.