John J. Rehmann is a litigator who concentrates on complex commercial disputes as well as internal investigations, corporate compliance, and white collar criminal defense. Jamie represents corporations and individuals in high-stakes litigation and enforcement proceedings, including those brought by state and federal government agencies such as the DOJ, SEC, Office of Inspector General and state attorneys general.
Jamie focuses on commercial litigation in a diverse array of industries, including healthcare, energy, manufacturing, real estate, financial services and public accounting. He serves as lead counsel for clients facing complex business disputes and claims involving sensitive business interests, such as fraud, professional negligence, defamation, trade secrets violations and computer tampering. In his federal practice, Jamie also defends claims arising under antidiscrimination employment laws and the False Claims Act.
In criminal matters, Jamie deals with allegations of bribery and corruption, criminal conspiracy, self-dealing, misuse of government resources and fraud. He conducts internal investigations on behalf of clients facing allegations of wrongdoing, including enforcement actions under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. Clients include Fortune 500 companies and executives, public officials, nongovernmental organizations and a professional sport players association.
As appellate counsel, Jamie has briefed and personally argued numerous cases to the Missouri Supreme Court and state court of appeals. He has also appeared before the U.S. Supreme Court and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit, as well as the Alabama state court in a death penalty appeal.
Jamie began his practice in Washington, D.C. at Sidley Austin LLP, where he defended clients in white collar criminal cases and investigations by government agencies and congressional committees.