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Latham & Watkins LLP

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Jamie Wine

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Work +1.212.906.2904
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www.lw.com
Latham & Watkins LLP

Position

Jamie Wine is a partner in the New York office of Latham & Watkins and global Chair of the firm's Litigation & Trial Department. Recognized as a leading securities lawyer by several top legal publications, Ms. Wine has significant trial and arbitration experience, with a particular focus on complex business litigation, securities and class action litigation, and SEC and other regulatory investigations.

Career

http://www.lw.com/people/jamie-wine


United States: Dispute resolution

International litigation

Within: International litigation

Latham & Watkins LLP is ‘a terrific firm' where the 'team works seamlessly together’. Michele Johnson in Orange County is global chair of the firm’s litigation and trial department, which handles high-value and cross-border white-collar crime matters, antitrust cases and general commercial litigation. The US-based vice chairs are Brian Kowalski in Washington DC and Douglas Lumish in Silicon Valley. Recent highlights include Chicago-based trial lawyer Sean M. Berkowitz assisting General Electric with several lawsuits arising from Thomas Petters’ multibillion-dollar fraud scheme. Other key contacts in the team include New York-based Jamie Wine, Mary Rose Alexander in Chicago and Al Pfeiffer in San Francisco.

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Securities litigation - defense

Within: Securities litigation - defense

Latham & Watkins LLP's securities litigation and professional liability group had a successful year in 2018, having handled precedent-setting cases for a growing roster of blue-chip clients, which include Fortune 500 companies, financial institutions and large accounting firms. An example is its work for Apple in a securities class action in which the plaintiffs allege that the company is liable as a 'control person' for allegedly false and misleading statements made by one of its third-party suppliers. Miles Ruthberg and up-and-coming partner Jason Hegt in New York, along with Matthew Rawlinson in Silicon Valley, were the lead lawyers in that case. Rawlinson, Jeff Hammel in New York and Andrew Clubok in Washington DC lead the practice. Veteran litigator James Brandt in New York and Robert Perrin in Los Angeles are representing PG&E in class actions arising from the wildfires in northern California in 2017. The firm's work in the life sciences sector includes defending a class action for biopharmaceuticals company Aratana Therapeutics, in which New York partners Kevin McDonough and Jamie Wine secured a dismissal with prejudice.

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