Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15219
Jayme has a practice that focuses on complex commercial litigation. She has handled a wide array of matters involving diverse areas of litigation including trade secret and non-compete law, employment law, pharmaceutical, class actions, personal injury, breach of contract, oil and gas, negligence, first amendment, and general commercial litigation. Her background also covers commercial arbitrations including the American Arbitration Association and the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (“FINRA”).
Jayme has represented numerous employers and employees in litigating and defending covenants not-to-compete and restrictive covenants, and confidentiality agreements in trade secret matters in various state and federal courts. She has also been involved in successful actions to enjoin clients’ former employees who have misappropriated manufacturing, technology or corporate trade secrets, from working and/or competing in the applicable industry. Her trial experience has taken her into courts across Pennsylvania as well as North Carolina, Arkansas, New Mexico and Ohio.
|Areas of Practice||1) Commercial and Corporate Litigation, 2) Litigation, 3) Alternative Dispute Resolution, 4) Labor and Employment, 5) Employment Litigation, 6) Trade Secret Protection, 7) Employee Defection, 8) and Unfair Competition, 9) Environmental, 10) Product Liability and 11) Securities Litigation|
|Law School||Case Western Reserve University School of Law (J.D.,2001)|
|Education||Westminster College (B.A.,1998)|
|Bar Member / Association||Pennsylvania State Bar Association|
|Most recent firm||Blank Rome LLP|
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