Jamie is admitted to the New York State Bar. For over a decade, Jamie has focused her practice on the defense of toxic torts, product liability and mass torts with particular emphasis on asbestos litigation. Jamie has years of experience participating in trials, litigating on behalf of, and defending product manufacturers, distributors, premises owners, contractors, corporations, and small businesses against claims of alleged asbestos and talc exposure. She has extensive jury trial experience and has tried numerous cases in the New York City Asbestos Litigation (“NYCAL”) as well as other New York jurisdictions resulting in favorable outcomes for her clients. Jamie has also served as National Coordinating Counsel for several clients including the developing and coordinating of defenses and interfacing with the client and opposing counsel.
Previously, Jamie was Partner and Of Counsel to other national law firms where she also participated in the management of the toxic tort departments. Jamie’s experience further includes several years working at an international insurance company where she was Assistant Vice President in the Major Case Unit and responsible for litigation management of multi-million dollar insurance claims.
Jamie is a graduate of the St. John’s School of Law, where she received a scholarship for academic achievement and her Juris Doctorate, and C.W. Post, Long Island University, where she received a Bachelor of Arts, and graduated with honors in Psychology.
MICHELLE J. MITTELMAN
Michele has been admitted to the New York State Bar since 1985, as well as admitted to the Southern & Eastern Districts. She has litigated hundreds of personal injury and toxic tort matters from inception through trial. She is also National Coordinating Counsel servicing thousands of cases pending throughout the country. In prior positions Michele was the Managing Partner of the Syracuse NY office of a National Law firm.
After losing her home as a result of Superstorm Sandy, Michele has devoted her time on a pro bono basis advocating for hundreds of homeowners who were also displaced and unable to obtain the funding needed to re-build.