Latham team recognized for knocking out securities class action on behalf of client Carvana.
Jamie Wine is an accomplished trial lawyer who has tried and arbitrated a wide variety of complex commercial, securities, environmental, and pharmaceutical cases. Her recent wins include a complete defense victory for a Fortune 500 company in a billion dollar post-M&A dispute arbitration, a US$666 million award for a Fortune 500 company in another post-M&A dispute arbitration, and the complete dismissal of a US$2 billion securities class action. She also recently won a high-profile and precedent-setting victory for the US Soccer Federation (after being retained to replace prior trial counsel), obtaining dismissal of the equal pay claims alleged by the US Senior Women’s National Team.
Over the last few years alone, Ms. Wine has been lead trial counsel in:
- Multiple billion dollar commercial disputes for a public company
- A professional liability action for a Big Four accounting firm
- A securities litigation for a public consulting firm
- A patent case for a major pharmaceutical company
- An environmental US Supreme Court original action for the State of Florida
In addition to her trial practice, Ms. Wine regularly advises a number of issuers, each of the Big Four accounting firms, and various financial institutions on a variety of complex commercial and securities litigation matters, as well as SEC and other regulatory investigations.
Ms. Wine is a Fellow in the American College of Trial Lawyers and widely recognized for her excellence. She was a finalist for The American Lawyer’s Litigator of the Year (2020). She is included in Chambers USA as a leading securities litigator, and in Benchmark Litigation as a Top 100 Trial Lawyer, Litigation Star, and among the Top 250 Women in Litigation. She has also been regularly included in Lawdragon 500's Leading Lawyers in America, noting that she is “one of the top practitioners in complex business and securities litigation.” In 2015, the National Organization for Women honored Ms. Wine with its Women of Power & Influence award, and in 2017, Crain’s New York Business named Ms. Wine to its inaugural list of Leading Women Lawyers in New York City. She is also a Fellow in Litigation Counsel of America.
Ms. Wine formerly was the Global Chair of the firm’s Litigation & Trial Department and prior to that she served on the firm’s Executive Committee. She currently serves on the Board of the Legal Aid Society.