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Jamie counsels individuals and companies in criminal and other enforcement investigations. Her white collar practice includes representing clients in government investigations involving allegations of criminal antitrust, accounting fraud, securities fraud, health care fraud, and violations of federal environmental laws. Jamie’s clients operate in a range of industries, including the pharmaceutical, technology, and financial services sectors.
Jamie also has extensive experience conducting complex, highly sensitive internal investigations on behalf of public and private companies, corporate boards, and special committees. She is adept at handling internal investigations involving regulatory compliance, employee misconduct, accounting and company expenditures, and criminal misconduct. When conducting investigations, Jamie often advises companies on corporate governance issues, compliance programs, and data security.
In addition to her white collar and investigations practice, Jamie has substantial experience litigating sophisticated civil matters, including securities fraud class actions and corporate litigation, in both state and federal courts.
Jamie is committed to representing individuals in need on a pro bono basis. She recently worked with a legal team that secured asylum for refugee children from Central America. As a member of the Advisory Board of the New Jersey Law & Education Empowerment Project (NJ LEEP), a community-based organization committed to creating a college-bound path for urban youth, she is dedicated to the public interest and to urban education reform.
Prior to joining Lowenstein Sandler, Jamie served as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Katharine S. Hayden of the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey.