James Ingram is an associate with Nixon Peabody’s Complex Commercial Disputes practice group. He represents individuals and corporations in a wide variety of commercial litigation, white collar defense, and immigration matters.
My practice focuses on all phases of litigation, including conducting legal research, drafting pleadings and dispositive motions, and preparing for trial.
I work with clients from a diverse range of industries to litigate commercial disputes in both state and federal courts. I have experience in disputes involving construction and real estate, renewable energy, and business acquisitions.
I advise individuals and corporations facing a variety of issues involving the federal government. My experience includes defending against False Claims Act investigations, particularly in the health care field, and assisting clients whose immigration statuses have been placed at risk due to white collar criminal charges or convictions.
I help clients navigate the complexities of the United States immigration system. This includes advising clients on visa eligibility, immigration sponsorship, I-9 compliance, and asylum.
Before joining NP, I served as the executive managing editor of The George Washington International Law Review. I also completed an internship with The Honorable Judge Craig S. Iscoe of the D.C. Superior Court.
Over the past few years, several new technologies have emerged with the potential to drastically change society. Developments such as the internet of things, artificial intelligence, virtual reality, and self-driving cars are certain to present novel issues to the legal field. I am particularly interested in monitoring not only the ways in which these technologies change our current business landscape but also the ways in which regulators respond to these changes.