Jim's representative experience includes:
- A Fortune 50 company in multiple internal investigation matters involving allegations of fraudulent accounting practices and misconduct by senior management.
- Oracle, as part of an employment litigation team defending against allegations of discrimination in recruiting, hiring, and compensation.
- A large Japanese financial institution in an internal investigation and U.S. regulatory proceedings.
- A multinational trading company in connection with an internal anti-corruption investigation involving operations in the U.K., Italy, the U.A.E., and Japan.
- Standard Chartered Bank in a government investigation of the Bank's compliance with OFAC sanctions.
- ExxonMobil, as part of a trial and appellate team representing the company in a natural resource damages case where the State of New Jersey sought $8.9 billion in damages. After an eight-month bench trial, the case settled for $225 million.
- A Fortune 50 financial company in multiple FINRA arbitration proceedings, including a two-week arbitration hearing where claimants sought over $40 million and which resulted in a complete defense verdict and a finding of $0 damages.
- AXA Equitable Life Insurance Company in a class action suit by policyholders alleging misrepresentations of financial strength and seeking the return of billions of dollars in premiums, which was ultimately resolved by a successful motion to dismiss.
Jim also has an active pro-bono practice, which has included representation of clients in asylum matters, an inmate on death row in Alabama seeking post-conviction relief, and the plaintiffs that successfully challenged the NYPD's use of "stop and frisk" in public housing.