Jamie is an associate in the Litigation Department at Edwards Wildman Palmer LLP. She represents clients in state and federal courts in a wide variety of litigation, both in trial courts and on appeal. Her practice focuses on securities litigation, commercial litigation, and government investigations.
Jamie is a member of the Firm's Securities Litigation, Government Enforcement and Corporate Governance practice group. She is active in pro bono work both inside and outside the Firm.
•Jamie represents financial institutions in securities fraud disputes.
•Jamie represents corporations and individuals in claims arising from breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, negligence, fraud, and misrepresentation.
•Jamie has represented creditors at all stages of litigation in connection with commercial bankruptcies.
•Jamie handles litigation concerning the collection of personal identification information and privacy violations; advises clients on data security and privacy obligations; counsels corporations regarding adoption of internal policies including policies for the Internet and mobile applications; and organizes and conducts internal investigations to identify potential violations.
•Jamie was part of a team that won dismissal of an antitrust suit against a not-for-profit institution.
Before Edwards Wildman
During law school, Jamie interned with Judge Patti Saris at the Federal District Court in Boston and participated in the Summer Honors Program of the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Besides Edwards Wildman
Prior to law school, Jamie worked for members of Congress in Washington, D.C., specializing in financial services policy. Jamie was a member of Harvard's 1999 National Champion varsity women's ice hockey team, and continues to enjoy sports, especially running and golf.
Writing in Law360, Richard McCarthy and Jamie Notman Look at Loss Calculation as a Factor in Sentencing
June 13, 2011
Edwards Wildman's Daryl Lapp and Jamie Notman Represent Harvard Law School in Plagiarism Allegations Case, Reports Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly
February 4, 2013