Jaime A. Luque

Staff Attorney

F: (305) 704 8060
Overview Experience Education and Credentials Recognition and Community


Jaime Luque aids both domestic and international clients in complex discovery and litigation matters. He leverages his background in and extensive knowledge of technological solutions to produce high quality and favorable outcomes while effectively managing teams of all sizes. His work has primarily focused on internal investigations, governmental investigations, civil disputes, privacy matters, data collection and innovative technology use.

Jaime assists teams arguing before courts and administrative law boards in matters involving cybersecurity, healthcare, accounting, tax, false claims, and commercial litigation. In addition, he has helped clients whose needs include transactional assistance in joint ventures and mergers and acquisitions.

Jaime is a Florida-based bilingual (Spanish) attorney with over a decade of experience, including leading large projects encompassing all aspects of evidence collection, protocol creation, case preparation, and workflow design.

Jaime has been recognized and awarded for his pro bono work.


Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.

Integral part of small case teams working to defend the acquisition of a large food producer from second request scrutiny by the FTC

Part of case team focusing on fraud alleged in a large number of Spanish-language applications in a class action law suit

Supervised a team of 20+ attorneys in the review of Spanish-Language documents for the representation of a large accounting firm facing an investigation before the PCAOB

Education and Credentials

Florida State University College of Law, J.D., 2008
University of Florida, B.A., Criminology, 2005
State of Florida

Recognition and Community


Recognized for Pro Bono Service by the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, 2013

Award from  the Federal Bar Association for Pro bono Excellence, 2013

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