Jaimie G. Moss’s commercial litigation practice includes trust litigation, breach of contract litigation, banking and commercial lending, creditors’ rights and collections and bankruptcy. Moss also works closely with clients and lawyers on a broad range of discovery issues containing the management, collection and review of electronically stored information.
Moss worked as a policy analyst in the Texas Legislature for the Senate Committee on Natural Resources where she evaluated issues related to oil, gas and alternative fuels.
Moss’s most recent experience includes:
- Assisted with the collection, review and production of more than 1 million documents for an international oil company in litigation resulting from a release of oil from an interstate pipeline, including multiple class actions.
- Defense of trusts in several lawsuits, bankruptcies and collection actions alleging fraud and overdue mandatory distributions.
- Defense of trusts in lawsuits related to the enforceability of certain trust provisions.
- Defense of banks, loan servicers and trustees of mortgage loan securitization trusts in liability lawsuits alleging wrongful foreclosure, fraud and violations of the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA).
- Represent commercial entities in resolving various business disputes, including tenant disputes and unpaid account receivables.
- Defense of local and regional companies in breach of contract claims
- Counsel for creditors in chapter 7 and chapter 13 bankruptcy cases
- Local counsel for mortgage lenders in a variety of actions
- Replevin on behalf of national and regional companies involving equipment and inventory
Moss was selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America© in their 2021 edition in the field of Bankruptcy and Creditor Debtor Rights / Insolvency and Reorganization Law. Since 2017, Mid-South Super Lawyers has named Moss a “Rising Star” in business litigation.
While in law school, she was a member of the Arkansas Law Review where she served on the editorial board as Note and Comment Editor and her article, The Strohacker Doctrine: Its Application in Arkansas Courts and the Need for an Updated Rule, 64 Ark. L. Rev. 1095 (2011), was published. Moss was also a member the Dean’s List, a member of the University of Arkansas School of Law Board of Advocates and served as Vice-Justice of the Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, International.
Moss is a member of the American, Arkansas and Pulaski County Bar Associations, as well as the Central Arkansas Debtor/Creditor Bar Association. In 2015, Moss was recognized as one of twenty-eight “Women to Watch” by Soiree, a high-profile publication distributed in Central Arkansas.