Jeremy Cole concentrates his practice in commercial litigation and related matters. He has a national practice focusing on all aspects of complex commercial litigation and arbitration at the trial and appellate levels. His practice includes managing complex contract and business disputes, and resolving labor and employment-related matters, including defending actions and claims by employees concerning misappropriation of trade secrets, employment discrimination, and wage and hour issues; negotiating and drafting employment, separation, and/or severance agreements; and addressing all aspects of non-competition agreements. He strives to achieve the most favorable cost-effective results for his clients.

Representative Matters

  • Obtained dismissal at trial and appellate levels of litigation on personal jurisdiction grounds.
  • Secured a favorable resolution of complex severance negotiations.
  • Managed related Nevada, Montana, and Colorado state and federal litigation regarding RICO allegations, complex spendthrift trust issues, casino bankruptcy and deficiency liability issues, EB-5 liability allegations, and various other disputes for a major casino entrepreneur that resulted in dismissals with prejudice of adversary’s claims and judgment on the pleadings regarding our client’s claims.
  • Obtained favorable resolution of litigation concerning an attempted misappropriation of trade secrets filed on behalf of client against former employee.

News & Events

  • Dropping the Ball: How the Commissioner’s Exercise of His “Best Interests” Authority is Failing the NFL and What Can Be Done About It, 17 Tex. Rev. Ent. & Sports L. 43 (2015).