Jamie’s primary practice consists of real estate and corporate transactional law. His clients range from real estate investors and investment groups, to institutional banks and hard money lenders, to home purchasers local and national.
Jamie drafted the first ever motion to compel banks to pay condominium association fees as an equitable remedy for stalling foreclosure lawsuits; a motion (and strategy) that was copied by most condominium association law firms in the State.
Jamie represents and volunteers with a number of not-for-profit organizations throughout the State of Florida and serves on multiple boards and committees. Jamie lives with his wife Azalia and their four children in Hollywood, Florida.