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  • Feds Indict Former Managing Partner Nathan Hardwick IV for $20M Embezzlement From His Now-Bankrupt Firm Morris Hardwick Schneider
    Nathan Hardwick IV, the former managing partner of Morris Hardwick Schneider, has been indicted on federal charges of conspiracy, wire fraud, bank fraud and making false statements in connection with his alleged embezzlement of more than $20 million from the residential real estate closing firm's escrow and operating accounts, and those of its affiliated title agency, LandCastle Title.
  • The Am Law 100, the Early Numbers: Debevoise Sees Double-Digit Profit Growth
    Profits per partner were up nearly 11 percent at the firm, which also saw a healthy increase in revenues.
  • Client Sues Quinn Over Billing Practices
    Complaint says firm charged higher hourly fees than it had agreed to when it undertook the defense of a white collar case.
  • When a Founder Talks (or Acts) Out of School
    Microsoft Corp. founder Bill Gates set tongues wagging in the tech world and beyond on Monday when he seemingly broke rank with the company he created as well as most of Silicon Valley on a major digital privacy issue.
  • Supreme Court Apt to Tinker With Patent Damages
    During arguments Tuesday in a pair of cases on willful infringement, Justice Stephen Breyer fretted that easing the standard could advantage large companies such as Google or Yahoo.
  • Jamie Warrow

    Jamie initially joined Kickham Hanley in 2003 as part of the litigation team.  Currently, Jamie concentrates her practice in the areas of commercial and risk litigation. She has experience litigating cases involving banking, construction, contracts, accounting and legal malpractice, family law, real estate, corporate and business law issues. She possesses extensive experience in drafting sophisticated legal briefs in both state and federal court, and at the trial court and appellate court level.  Jamie loves to write, and as such, specifically enjoys appellate practice.  She is admitted to practice before the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals and one day hopes to have a case controversial enough to land her before the U.S. Supreme Court.  Jamie also has an active family law practice, specializing in divorce and child custody litigation.
    In September 2006, Jamie assisted in a two week trial of a product warranty case in the federal district court in Oregon which ultimately achieved a judgment on a jury verdict (including interest and attorney fees) in excess of $1.6 million.  In 2004, Jamie developed and implemented a default litigation process for Sears and Kmart, and as part of that process, managed outside litigation counsel nationwide on behalf of these clients through 2007.