Jamie Mathew Associate

Background

Ms. Mathew, Miami, Florida commercial litigation attorney, is a passionate advocate. She has been a practicing civil trial lawyer, since 2005. Jamie has represented clients in state and federal courts in complex commercial litigation matters and family law matters, including franchise litigation, mortgage and lien foreclosures, contractual disputes, fraud claims, breach of fiduciary duties, debt collections, maritime agreement disputes, tortious interference, defamation, accounting malpractice, patent infringement, trademark infringement, medical device litigation, tort claims, high net worth divorce, and adoption. She has earned graduate degrees in both law and business. Her experience includes:

  • Litigating one of the largest divorce cases in U.S. History, involving the equitable division of publically traded corporations, privately held businesses, investment accounts, retirement accounts, real estate assets, trusts, aircraft, livestock, and other substantial marital assets;
  • First-chair trial attorney on a bench trial for a female Christian evangelist persecuted by militant terrorist groups in Pakistan;
  • Second-chair trial attorney in a patent infringement jury trial in the Eastern District of Texas; and
  • Consulting on business agreements, transactions and corporate governance, such as supplier agreements, consulting agreements, service agreements, maritime contracts, terms and conditions, privacy policies, merchant agreements, software development agreements, licensing, operating agreements, bylaws, and start-ups

In addition, Jamie was an attorney on Honorable Douglas S. Lang’s staff for the Fifth District Court of Appeals of Texas at Dallas.

Admissions/Education

ADMISSIONS, PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS AND MEMBERSHIPS

  • 2005 Texas
  • 2012 Oklahoma
  • 2016 Florida

EDUCATION

  • 2013 Southern Nazarene University, Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.)
    • Delta Mu Delta
  • 2005 University of Oklahoma College of Law, J.D.
    • Order of the Coif
    • Oklahoma Law Review, Assistant Articles Editor
    • Order of Barristers
    • Comfort Scholar
  • 2002 Oral Roberts University, B.A. in History
    • Valedictorian
    • National Merit Scholar