Jaime is an experienced litigation attorney and has represented large financial institutions and insurance companies prior to joining Coddington, Hicks & Danforth. Her practice areas have included insurance bad faith, real estate, and finance. Jaime has extensive experience in complex litigation.
While in law school, Jaime interned at major healthcare insurance companies. After passing the bar in Virginia, she worked on several litigation projects that were concerned with pharmaceutical IP litigation, automobile antitrust litigation, and nuclear energy. She has practiced before all of the courts in California, including in trials. For the past year and a half, Jaime has focused her practice on complex insurance bad faith litigation and real estate transactional matters. During that time, she has prevailed on dispositive motions in several cases. Jaime has also been successful at the appellate level in Washington, resulting in a recent published decision concerning the rules of professional conduct governing attorneys.
Jaime is admitted to practice law in Virginia, California, and Washington. She earned her law degree at West Virginia University, College of Law. During her time there, she received multiple CALI awards in Federal Civil Procedure, Commercial Law/Advanced Contracts, Evidence, and Insurance. In addition, she was part of the Jessup International Moot Court Team whose appellate briefs were placed in the top ten, which helped her team move to the Mid-Atlantic Region Semi-Finals in 2013. She was also part of the team that won Regionals in the Representation in Mediation Competition and placed seventh overall in the nation in 2013. Jaime was also the executive editor of the West Virginia Law Review, Volume 115. She is fluent in Japanese.