Jimmy W. Mintz is an Associate in the Firm’s Fort Lauderdale office, where he focuses on complex commercial litigation. Before joining the Firm, Mr. Mintz worked in the complex litigation unit of a multi-state law firm, where he assisted clients in litigation relating to financial fraud, healthcare-related fraud, fraud in the acquisition of corporate proxies, misappropriation of trade secrets, a collapsed Ponzi scheme, and class action arbitration. In some of these cases, Mr. Mintz represented publicly-traded and multinational companies. Mr. Mintz has also worked on numerous appeals, both at the state and federal level. Additionally, Mr. Mintz has assisted a partner at a two-week jury trial, contributing to the successful defense of a general contractor against construction defect allegations.
Mr. Mintz earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Central Florida and his law degree from the University of Florida Levin College of Law. While in law school, he spent two years as a research assistant in the area of human rights law and interned for a local environmental agency.