Jeremy’s practice includes both trial and appellate litigation and focuses on representing corporations and individuals in business disputes as plaintiff and defendant. Jeremy has handled a broad range of litigation, including professional liability, business torts, technology and intellectual property-related torts, real estate litigation, and trust and estates disputes. In addition to state and federal courts, Jeremy also has substantial experience with alternative dispute resolution.
Jeremy currently serves as General Counsel to the Robbins Firm and has represented – and litigated against – national and regional law firms in professional liability matters arising out of corporate transactions, estate planning, and litigation, among other practice areas. In addition to professional liability actions, Jeremy is also frequently called upon to defend claims against attorneys and law firms for abusive litigation, spoliation, and other sanctions.
Jeremy also applies her sound judgment and methodical approach to business disputes, which makes her the go-to lawyer in highly complex and sensitive matters that require extensive analysis of the law and facts in the development of an overall solution and strategy. Year after year, Jeremy has been recognized as a “Super Lawyer” in Business Litigation by Law & Politics and Atlanta Magazine. Most recently, Jeremy has represented individuals, partnerships, and corporations in a wide range of business litigation, including:
- Partnership and other business-related disputes for breaches of fiduciary duties and misappropriation of assets
- Financial fraud, including fraud arising out of the purchase and sale of assets, investments, and Ponzi schemes
- Contract disputes involving technology services and software licensing contracts
- Real estate litigation relating to lease agreements and mismanagement
- Disputes against banks and lenders based on notes and guarantees
- Collections and fraudulent transfer actions.
In addition, Jeremy has handled and argued numerous appeals for clients the firm represented at the trial level, as well as clients who retain the firm to handle appeals exclusively, at state and federal appellate courts.
Jeremy earned her J.D. from the University of Virginia School of Law, where she was on the Editorial Board of the Virginia Law Review. She received her B.A. from Harvard University. Upon graduating law school, Jeremy clerked for the Honorable Orinda D. Evans, United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia. Prior to joining the firm, Jeremy was an attorney at an AmLaw 100 law firm, where she litigated a number of complex civil cases, including professional liability lawsuits, insurance and securities class actions, and other business matters.