Jessica Kopas is a partner at Haber Law with expertise in commercial litigation, including complex business litigation. Ms. Kopas has litigated several high-profile cases involving a nationally publicized billion-dollar South Florida Ponzi scheme centered around falsified structured settlements as well as various cases involving bank fraud against financial institutions. Additionally, she has extensive experience, including several trials, in the areas of business torts, business fraud, breach of fiduciary duty litigation, probate litigation, and bankruptcy and creditors’ rights.
Over the course of her practice, Ms. Kopas has advocated for the interests of her clients, including Fortune 500 companies, in a wide variety of disputes both in and out of court. She has appeared before state, federal district and federal bankruptcy courts in Florida and other jurisdictions. She also has participated in mediations and other forms of alternative dispute resolution, including accomplishing complex settlement agreements as alternatives to trial.
Ms. Kopas is certified by The University of South Florida Muma College of Business in Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, a rigorous seven-week program designed to educate business and community leaders on the essential practices and tools designed to increase employee diversity and create a business model that embraces equity and inclusion. She is passionate about making a difference in the community and gives back to young attorneys through Moot Court high school competitions.