Meet Laura Day Taylor, wife of J Benjamin Rottenborn, the attorney who is representing Amber Heard in the currently ongoing trial.
We know that, J Benjamin practices in the Appellate and Litigation and Dispute Resolution practice groups at Woods Rogers. He has extensive experience representing clients in complex civil litigation matters involving issues in fiduciary duty, general commercial law, private equity/venture capital, securities, intellectual property, and products liability. As a litigator, Ben practices at both the trial and appellate levels in federal and state courts around the country.
Before joining Wood Rogers, J Benjamin worked as a partner in the Kirkland & Ellis LLP, a global law company, that has a Chicago branch. In a violation of fiduciary responsibility action brought by former shareholders in a technology start-up company, he represented venture capital directors. In an action seeking particular execution of a $15 billion merger deal, he defended a Fortune 50 corporation. Ben is a Rising Star in Virginia, according to Super Lawyers.
When it comes to academic credentials, J Benjamin graduated from the University of Virginia with honors in 2003. He then went on to Stanford Law School, where he served as president of the Stanford Law and Policy Review. Ben worked as a judicial clerk for the Honorable David G. Campbell, United States District Judge for the District of Arizona, after graduation.
Learn about their marriage, children, her career, and her current residence in this article. Keep reading to learn more about her.
Meet Lawyer J Benjamin Rottenborn Wife, Laura Day Taylor
Amber Heard’s lawyer J Benjamin Rottenbron was married to Roanoke, Virginia-based lawyer Laura Day Taylor. Based on the social media posts, they could be spotted together as early as 2007. The picture which was posted by their friend Emily Moriarty de Ayora suggested that the pic was from the reunion day of the Stanford Law Class of 2006.
Since both of them attended and graduated from Stanford University in 2006, it is alleged that it was while attending that they met each other. They were together as recent as 2018. Two of them share a daughter and a son together from the marriage.
J Benjamin Rottenborn is currently representing actress Amber Heard against actor Jhonny Depp. They filed a counter lawsuit against the actor for $100 million. He recently unearthed a series of 2013 text exchanges between Depp and his friend, actor Paul Bettany, to allege that the actor assaulted Heard while under the influence.
He revealed another text that showed Depp saying he would burn and drown Heard’s corpse. The 41-year-old lawyer is a principal at Wood Rogers based in Roanoke, Virginia area. He has been associated with the law firm since October 2012.
Ben is currently an adjunct professor at the University of Virginia School of Law.
Are Laura Day Taylor And J Benjamin Rottenborn Still Married?
Laura Day Taylor and J Benjamin Rottenborn are divorced now.
In February 2021, Laura appeared with her now-second husband on a Facebook Post. Whereas, her November 2021 Facebook post suggested that she is now married to her second husband Jeff. Jeff appears to have three kids; two sons and one daughter from a previous marriage.
Speaking about her new husband, Jeff is a manager, of Crisis Response and Investigations at Advance Auto Parts since November 2020. Before that, she worked for 20 years as a Supervisory Special Agent in the Federal Bureau of Investigations.
Jeff earned his BBA in Finance and Economics from James Madison University. Moreover, he graduated with MBA from Averett University in 1996.
Laura Day Taylor Age
Born in August 1981, as of April 2022, Laura Day Taylor is 40 years old.
Laura Day Taylor Job
By profession, Laura is also an attorney. She took the role of Executive Assistant United States Attorney in 2018 in the Western District of Virginia.
Since 2012, Laura has worked as a federal prosecutor in the Western District of Virginia. She formerly worked as the Roanoke Division’s Managing Assistant United States Attorney, where she oversaw all of the division’s criminal prosecutors and support employees. She also worked as a litigator in the Financial and Securities Litigation group at Sidley Austin LLP in Chicago before becoming a federal prosecutor.
Furthermore, she worked as a legal clerk for the Honorable Mary M. Schroeder, Chief Judge of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, after graduating from law school. In her new role as EAUSA, Ms. Rottenborn served as Chief of the Civil Division and Chief of the Appellate Division, direct law enforcement, and community initiatives, and oversee public affairs.
Is Laura Day Taylor On Instagram?
No, Laura Day Taylor doesn’t seem to be on Instagram. However, she has a Facebook account (@laura.rottenborn).
Where Does Laura Day Taylor Reside?
Laura Day Taylor is currently based in Roanoke, Virginia.
Where Did Laura Day Taylor Recieve Her Education?
Laura earned her bachelor’s degree from Bucknell University and her law degree from Stanford Law School.