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Bankruptcy After DOMA

Jamie Blucher

Jamie Blucher has a diverse practice at ZKS. As a bankruptcy associate, Jamie’s focus is on creditors’ rights.She represents creditors and trustees in bankruptcy cases as well as adversary proceedings and appeals to the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit.

Jamie also represents financial institutions, banks, insurance companies, construction contractors, business owners and other corporate clients in commercial litigation. Jamie’s experience in commercial litigation includes commercial foreclosures, residential foreclosures, debt collection, construction disputes, and general breach of contract actions.

A portion of Jamie’s time is likewise devoted to pro bono legal representation.Her pro bono activities include representing abused and neglected children in juvenile court through the Orange County Bar Association's Guardian ad Litem program and serving as a volunteer attorney through the Legal Aid Society.In recognition for the exceptional degree of service she provides to the most vulnerable members of the Central Florida Community, Jamie has received Certificates of Appreciation and is a recipient of the Young Lawyer Pro Bono Award of Excellence.

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Most of us are aware that on June 26, 2013, the United States Supreme Court decided United States v. Windsor, a landmark case holding that Section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) may not be constitutionally applied to … Continue reading

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