Kevin D. Jamison is a litigation partner with the Los Angeles office. He has substantial expertise in the areas of transactional franchise law, franchise-related litigation, and general litigation. He is a former corporate counsel to Jack in the Box, a prominent fast food restaurant chain with numerous franchisees nationwide. He has prepared and updated Uniformed Franchisor Offering Circulars (UFOC) and handled compliance and default, state registration, NASAA compliance and settlements under the state franchising laws of over twenty states. He has conducted negotiations with prospective franchisees, serviced existing franchisees and sued franchisees for defaults arising under franchise agreements.
In addition to his franchise law experience, Mr. Jamison is a highly skilled litigator who has represented many multi-national corporations in matters involving wrongful death, toxic tort, construction defects, insurance coverage, and personal injury. Current and former clients he has provided oversight for include Ford Motor Company, General Motors Corporation, CBS Corporation, Viacom, Westinghouse and FMC Corporation.
Currently, Mr. Jamison splits his time between environmental/asbestos matters and his service as panel counsel for various insurance companies. He currently oversees construction defect matters, serving as counsel for developers, general contractors and all types of sub-contractors on residential and commercial properties. Furthermore, he previously and continues to defend engineers, architects, brokers and attorneys in professional malpractice actions.
Mr. Jamison has appeared in state and federal courts throughout California on many occasions on behalf his clients. He earned his Juris Doctor degree from Thomas Jefferson School of Law and MBA from San Diego State University, wherein he received focuses in Finance, Tax and Management. He is admitted to practice law in state and federal courts in California. Moreover, he recently became a California Real Estate Broker and is expanding his practice to include representation of agents and brokers, while participating in related transactional work.
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