OverviewJamie Blucher has an all-encompassing, creditor centered practice at ZKS. As a bankruptcy attorney, Jamie focuses on representing creditors and trustees in bankruptcy cases, adversary proceedings and appeals. Jamie's representative cases include everything from routine disputes in Chapter 7 asset cases to complex Chapter 11 Debtor filings. Jamie has worked on several appeals to the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals.
Jamie is also the managing attorney of the firm’s residential foreclosure practice. Jamie routinely represents mortgage lending and servicing institutions in residential foreclosure proceedings, and is well-versed in defending such institutions against allegations of wrongful foreclosure, fair debt collection practice violations, and predatory lending. Jamie has a track record of prompt resolution of complicated mortgage matters. She is knowledgeable about the internal workings of lending and servicing institutions and the ever expanding regulatory requirements they deal with. She works closely with lending and servicing clients to formulate creative, cost-and-time effective solutions to all of their problems, from loss mitigation to bankruptcy and beyond.
In addition to her residential mortgage and bankruptcy work, Jamie also represents financial institutions, banks, insurance companies, construction contractors and subcontractors, business owners and other corporate clients in general commercial litigation. Jamie's representative cases in this area include business debt collection, commercial foreclosures and workouts, construction contract and defect disputes, and general breach of contract actions.
Jamie is committed to dedicating a portion of her time 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. Jamie has received awards of recognition for reaching resolution in GAL cases. She has also received a Pro Bono Award of Excellence from the Orange County Bar Association's Young Lawyers Section, and was awarded a New Lawyer Award of Excellence from the Legal Aid Society of the OCBA in recognition of her pro bono work. Jamie is currently serving on the Board of Trustees for the Legal Aid Society, which allows her to expand the reach of her support for the mission of Legal Aid.
Jamie has been recognized as a “Rising Star” in the Super Lawyer Magazine, being counted among the elite 2.5% of Florida’s attorneys under 40 years of age or in practice for less than 10 years, to receive this honor.