Adams and Reese LLP
Jamie W. Olinto focuses her practice in the areas of business and commercial litigation, bankruptcy and creditors’ rights. She represents banks and financial institutions, commercial landlords, leasing entities and other creditors in bankruptcy cases, handling every facet of what can arise for a creditor when a borrower or a company that is a party to a contract with the creditor files for bankruptcy. Jamie has litigated objections to use of cash collateral, obtaining adequate protection, the value of assets and claims, claim priority disputes, assumption and assignment of executory contracts, objections to disclosure statements and proposed plans of reorganization, preference and fraudulent transfer avoidance adversary actions, and discharge and dischargeability complaints.
She also represents businesses in litigation arising from contract disputes, such as shareholder disputes, breach of noncompete, nonsolicitation and nondisclosure agreements, and payment and performance disputes. Jamie has also represented companies and individuals in civil RICO cases, civil theft and fraud cases as well as product liability and defect claims, and environmental contamination and ADA compliance issues and disputes. As a litigator, Jamie is adept at taking lessons from each of her diverse litigation matters and applying them to the unique facts and circumstances of each new case.
In law school, Jamie received awards for earning the highest grade in her Tort and Advanced Bankruptcy classes. She was also selected to The Order of the Coif, an honorary scholastic society that invites law students in the top 10 percent of their graduating class. As an undergraduate, Jamie was active in student government and a member of Florida Blue Key.
Jamie externed for Judge Glenn, United States Bankruptcy Judge for the Middle District of Florida.
AV® Peer Review Rated - Martindale-Hubbell
Florida Blue Key Leadership Honorary
"40 Under 40" Honoree - Jacksonville Business Journal 2016
Florida Super Lawyers Rising Stars® - Business Litigation