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Jamee Cotton

Jamee Cotton

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Haynes and Boone, LLP
Texas, U.S.A.

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Jamee Cotton is an associate in the Litigation Practice Group in the Dallas office of Haynes and Boone. Jamee is experienced in representing small and large entities in commercial contract and business tort disputes in both state and federal courts. She has served a diverse group of clients on a wide range of legal matters, including franchise and distribution disputes, business and contract litigation, trademark infringement, breach of fiduciary duty claims and SEC enforcement litigation. Jamee also has extensive experience managing e-discovery on a variety of document production platforms.

When not serving her clients, Jamee is dedicated to serving her community. As a native resident of the Dallas area, Jamee stays active in local college and alumni groups and enjoys her membership in several local bar associations. Jamee also continues to hone her litigation skills through her pro bono work through which she passionately assists and advocates for Advocates for Community Transformation, a Dallas-based nonprofit organization committed to shutting down drug houses across the city. Jamee also enjoys serving on the firm’s March for Dimes committee and devotes much of her time to the firm’s recruiting efforts.

While in law school, Jamee served as a member of the Texas Tech Law Review and Board of Barristers, she enjoyed success in and traveled the country for various advocacy competitions, and she was unanimously selected by the law school faculty for the Excellence in Service Award.


Education

J.D., Texas Tech University School of Law, 2013, Texas Tech Law Review; magna cum laude, Order of the Coif
B.B.A., Baylor University Hankamer School of Business, 2010
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Articles

Changing How Products Get From the Manufacturer to the Customer: Common Questions and Risks
Haynes and Boone, LLP, September 2017

  It starts with the best of intentions: A startup medical device company has just sold to a larger enterprise with an established sales team and customer base and no longer needs distributors. A consumer packaged goods company has just bought a brand and needs to transition to a new team of brokers. A growing company is finally ready to take its supply chain captive, including the distribution of products to customers, and no longer needs small distributors or sales representatives...

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