Jamie Helman is a trusted advocate and practical problem-solver who represents a range of financial services clients, including, broker-dealers and investment advisers. She represents these clients in customer and employment arbitrations, litigation, and regulatory matters. Jamie also handles internal investigations and advises on current litigation and regulatory trends. Jamie brings into every engagement the perspective of a former in-house counsel for a global financial services firm. This allows her to proactively problem solve and tailor a unique solution to every client's needs. Jamie is known for her excellent rapport with clients, fierce advocacy and her dedication to a successful resolution for her clients.
Jamie arbitrates disputes before the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) and the American Arbitration Association (AAA) as well as in state and federal courts throughout the country. Jamie is a member of the firm’s best interest compliance cross-disciplinary team, which advises financial services clients and prepares them for the changing regulatory landscape. Jamie contributes frequently to the firm’s Broker-Dealer Law Blog, which provides practical insights on litigation, regulatory, compliance and fiduciary issues impacting broker-dealers.
Prior to joining private practice, Jamie worked as in-house counsel at Bear Stearns in both the Litigation and Equities Regulatory groups.
While in law school, Jamie was a legal intern for the Office of the Kings County District Attorney and the New York Stock Exchange’s Enforcement Division.
Jamie is an avid NY sports fan. When not at work, Jamie enjoys watching her children play golf, soccer and dance.
U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York
U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York
Brooklyn Law School
B.S. with honors (2000)
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Leadership & Community
- Rockland County Women’s Bar Association
- Faegre Drinker — Pro Bono Honor Roll, 2022
- Rockland Economic Development Corporation – Forty Under 40, Rising Star Litigators in Rockland County, New York, 2014
No aspect of these recognitions has been approved by the highest court of any state.