Written by National Association of Women Judges|January 03, 2018|News
JAMIE ZYSK ISANI, ESQ.
Jamie Zysk Isani is a Partner of the Miami office of Hunton & Williams, where she concentrates her practice on complex business and financial services litigation, consumer class action defense, First Amendment litigation, and complex appellate matters. She has represented Amazon.com in trademark infringement actions and the world's leading health information companies in First Amendment challenges. She has also represented Fortune 500 banks in class action practices and defended developers against fraud and conspiracy claims related to a multibillion-dollar hotel and casino development. In addition, Attorney Isani has authored numerous publications, including several regarding the application of the First Amendment to corporate entities.
She has been named a “Rising Star” and the “Most Effective First Amendment Lawyer” by the Daily Business Review, and, for multiple years in a row, as one of the “Top Up and Comers” in Corporate and Business Litigation by South Florida Legal Guide. She has also been selected as a “Rising Star” and a “Super Lawyer for Business Litigation Law” by Florida Super Lawyers.
Attorney Isani has been a member of the NAWJ since 2012 and is also a member of the NAWJ Resource Board. She has spoken at various NAWJ events over the years, being a panelist on “Multi District Litigation: Organizing and Managing Expansive Litigation” at the NAWJ Annual Conference in 2013, and moderating a discussion for “Judicial Appointments of Counsel-Developing Diverse Leadership in the Law” in 2015. In addition to her involvement with the NAWJ, Attorney Isani belongs to the Miami-Dade Chapter of Florida Association of Women Lawyers, serving on the Judicial Reception Committee. From 2003 to 2007, she was a member of the Miami-Dade FAWL Steering Committee. Prior to joining Hunton & Williams, Attorney Isani worked as a law clerk for the Honorable Joan A. Lenard, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida. Attorney Isani received her B.A. from Kalamazoo College and graduated as a member of the Phi Beta Kappa Society. She then went on to earn her J.D., magna cum laude, from the University of Michigan Law School where she was recognized with a Clarence Darrow Scholarship.
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