George Jepsen is a partner in the law firm of Jepsen Rowthorn, LLP, where he works with former Connecticut Deputy Attorney General, Perry Rowthorn.
George assists clients in navigating the unique world of state attorney general inquiries, investigations, and litigation.
As Connecticut’s attorney general from 2011-2019, George has years of experience in a leadership capacity on national bi-partisan AG investigations and litigation, including mortgage servicing abuses in the wake of the ’08 economic collapse, major data breaches (Home Depot, Equifax, Anthem, among others), Wall Street financial malfeasance in the lead up to the ’08 crisis (Standard & Poors, Moody’s, RBS, LIBOR), the Volkswagen emissions scandal, the opioid crisis, and price fixing in both the e-book and the generic drug markets.
In 2016-17, George served as president of the National Association of Attorneys General, highlighted by a presidential initiative entitled, “Evolving Changes in the American Health Care Marketplace.”
Prior to his election as attorney general, George served 16 years in the Connecticut General Assembly, including six years as senate majority leader (1997-03). He earned his B.A. at Dartmouth College, and his J.D. and MPA from Harvard.
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