Jennifer soon learned that the secret group known as the Illuminati—including Iron Man—sent the Hulk off-planet. Anticipating this discovery, Tony Stark injected her with technology that stole her powers. She vowed to sue Tony for this violation, but first confronted the Hulk just after he returned to Earth and destroyed Stark Tower. She swiftly lost against her enraged cousin and was forced to fight in a makeshift gladiatorial arena set up by the Hulk in Madison Square Garden.
True to her word, Jennifer took Tony Stark to court in the aftermath, demanding he remove the nanobots that were inhibiting her powers. In the meantime, she managed to acquit the Leader for his crimes, reasoning that he was addicted to the gamma radiation that gave him his abilities. In the midst of this, Jennifer realized that she too shared this addiction.
Jennifer regained her abilities as She-Hulk thanks to Reed Richards, but was disbarred after her client, Arthur Moore, tricked her with false evidence of his crimes after she got him acquitted. She reverted to a mindless rage and the New York bar didn’t take kindly to the privileged information she told everyone.
Jennifer then pursued a new career as a bounty hunter alongside a partner, Jazinda the Skrull. Though Jennifer joined a new incarnation of the Defenders for a short time, the group was disbanded shortly before it was revealed that many Skrulls had secretly infiltrated the Earth.
Jennifer and Jazinda confronted one such Skrull, the Super-Skrull, who happened to be Jazinda’s father. Though the Super-Skrull shot his daughter in the head, Jazinda is capable of resurrecting from the dead and survived the attack.
Later, She-Hulk and a group called the Lady Liberators secretly infiltrated the country of Marinmer to distribute aid after an earthquake, an action that didn’t sit well with several world governments, including the United States. She-Hulk couldn’t be arrested as it would be politically embarrassing, and she used this leverage with the public to try and get her law license back.
Before she could, though, Jazinda was captured and tortured by the Behemoth. She pleaded with She-Hulk not to disclose their relationship and pretend that she didn’t know Jazinda was a Skrull. When Jazinda was about to be sliced open, She-Hulk rescued her, with the help of her fellow Lady Liberators, and She-Hulk and Jazinda realized that they cared for each other as more than friends.
She-Hulk ran into an alternate reality daughter of Hulk and Thundra named Lyra and took the young woman under her wing. She-Hulk then appeared to die during a battle with Thundra, who was now the Red She-Hulk. Jennifer survived, though, and after her rescue by Lyra, teamed up with Lyra and Red She-Hulk to take down the organization Intelligencia, who was behind Jennifer’s capture.