Jamie’s practice focuses on complex business and financial services litigation, consumer class action defense, First Amendment litigation, and complex appellate matters of all types.
Over the course of her legal career, Jamie has represented the world’s leading health information companies in First Amendment challenges to state statutes at the trial and appellate levels, represented Fortune 50 banks in multiple class actions challenging practices and disclosures relating to posting of debit-card transactions, and defended developers against fraud and conspiracy claims related to a multibillion-dollar hotel and casino development.
Jamie is admitted to practice before the US Courts of Appeals for the First, Second and Eleventh Circuits; the US District Courts for the Southern, Middle and Northern Districts of Florida; and the US Supreme Court. After earning her law degree, she served as a law clerk for Hon. Joan A. Lenard, US District Court for the Southern District of Florida (2001-2003).
Representing Amazon.com in trademark infringement action relating to Amazon Fire TV
Obtained summary judgment for Carnival Corporation against $35 million appropriation of likeness claims by television news anchor
Obtained dismissal (affirmed on appeal) of class action against law firm asserting violations of Fair Debt Collection Practices Act claims
Represented national financial institution at trial and appellate level in connection with disputed claims to over $1 billion in mortgage loans
Represented Fortune 50 bank in connection with €100 million advance fee prime bank fraud
Defense of multiple defendants in litigation involving ownership of patents covering wireless email technology
Defense of the world’s largest funeral home and cemetery company in commercial, regulatory, and personal injury class actions and individual lawsuits
Prosecution of First Amendment claims on behalf of outdoor advertising companies challenging municipal sign codes
Defense of national media companies against invasion of privacy and federal statutory claims; obtained dismissal of civil RICO claims against multiple international media companies
Defense of over 11,000 claims in nationwide federal class action against Fortune 100 company
Prosecution of declaratory judgment action and permanent injunction on behalf of pari-mutuel owners against state attorney's enforcement of criminal laws banning operation of slot machines
Federal and state court appeals of First Amendment, class action, bankruptcy, and various other matters
Pro bono experience includes representing clients in international child custody and visitation disputes
National Association of Women Judges Resource Board (NAWJ) Resource Board
National Association of Women Lawyers
Board of Directors, University of Michigan Alumni Club of Miami – Fort Lauderdale, 2015-2017
Awards & Recognition
Named an “Up & Comer” by SFBW, 2015
Selected as a “Rising Star” by the Daily Business Review, 2014
Named one of the “Top Up and Comers,” Corporate and Business Litigation by South Florida Legal Guide, 2009, 2013-2016
Selected as a Rising Star (2009-2012) and as a Super Lawyer for Business Litigation Law, Florida Super Lawyers magazine, 2013, 2015-2017. A description of the selection methodology can be found on Super Lawyers’ webpage.
Most Effective First Amendment Lawyer, Daily Business Review, 2005
Panelist, Secret Recordings, How and When They Can Be Done, Legal Learning Series, March 18, 2015
Moderator, Judicial Appointments of Counsel – Developing Diverse Leadership in the Law, presented by National Association of Women Judges, March 11, 2015
Panelist, Multi-District Litigation: Organizing and Managing Expansive Litigation, National Association of Women Judges Annual Conference, October 11, 2013
Panelist, Can My Client Say That? Guests Discuss Lawyers Ethics and Testimonials on Rating Sites, ABA Journal Podcast, April 4, 2011
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