Icon close

Close

People

As a former clerk for three Los Angeles Superior Court judges and one federal magistrate judge, Jamison Gilmore is an important member of litigation teams guiding their clients through matters in these court systems.  Mr. Gilmore has drafted over 3,000 tentative orders, none of which have been reversed on appeal.  He has handled matters involving breaches of contracts, copyright and trademark disputes, catastrophic personal injuries, toxic torts, and actions under California’s unfair business practices statute (section 17200).  Mr. Gilmore has represented clients in media and entertainment, pharmaceutical, transportation, and construction industries.

Before working at King & Spalding, Mr. Gilmore clerked for Los Angeles Superior Court Judges Daniel Crowley, Theresa Traber, and Christopher Lui.  In law school, Mr. Gilmore externed for Federal Magistrate Judge Michael Wilner in the Central District of California.  The research and analysis skills developed through this work enables Mr. Gilmore to draft effective moving and opposing briefs.

Full Bio

Credentials

J.D., Southwestern Law School, Associate Editor, Southwestern Law Review, Board Member, Southwestern Moot Court

B.A. Political Science, California State University-Long Beach, Dean's List, President's List

California

Central District of California

Judicial Clerk, Judge Daniel Crowley, California

Judicial Clerk, Judge Christopher Lui, California

Judicial Clerk, Judge Theresa Traber, California

Los Angeles County Bar Association

The Southwestern Law School American Inn of Court

Matters

Represented a pharmaceutical company in securing a permanent injunction under five states' unfair business practices statutes after a four-day Zoom bench trial against a competitor for selling a drug that was essentially a copy of the client's drug.

Assisted in the contractual prosecution of the producer of Bad Moms for the wrongful misuse of two authors' books in creating the film.

Assisted in responding to an office action from the United States Patent and Trademark Office that wrongfully categorized a client's mark as descriptive.

See more
Icon close

Close

Matters

Represented a pharmaceutical company in securing a permanent injunction under five states' unfair business practices statutes after a four-day Zoom bench trial against a competitor for selling a drug that was essentially a copy of the client's drug.

Assisted in the contractual prosecution of the producer of Bad Moms for the wrongful misuse of two authors' books in creating the film.

Assisted in responding to an office action from the United States Patent and Trademark Office that wrongfully categorized a client's mark as descriptive.

Assisted in the enforcement of an artist's copyright in a photograph that a famous influencer unlawfully used.

Matters

Represented a pharmaceutical company in securing a permanent injunction under five states' unfair business practices statutes after a four-day Zoom bench trial against a competitor for selling a drug that was essentially a copy of the client's drug.

Assisted in the contractual prosecution of the producer of Bad Moms for the wrongful misuse of two authors' books in creating the film.

Assisted in responding to an office action from the United States Patent and Trademark Office that wrongfully categorized a client's mark as descriptive.

See more
Icon close

Close

Matters

Represented a pharmaceutical company in securing a permanent injunction under five states' unfair business practices statutes after a four-day Zoom bench trial against a competitor for selling a drug that was essentially a copy of the client's drug.

Assisted in the contractual prosecution of the producer of Bad Moms for the wrongful misuse of two authors' books in creating the film.

Assisted in responding to an office action from the United States Patent and Trademark Office that wrongfully categorized a client's mark as descriptive.

Assisted in the enforcement of an artist's copyright in a photograph that a famous influencer unlawfully used.

Credentials

J.D., Southwestern Law School, Associate Editor, Southwestern Law Review, Board Member, Southwestern Moot Court

B.A. Political Science, California State University-Long Beach, Dean's List, President's List

California

Central District of California

Judicial Clerk, Judge Daniel Crowley, California

Judicial Clerk, Judge Christopher Lui, California

Judicial Clerk, Judge Theresa Traber, California

Los Angeles County Bar Association

The Southwestern Law School American Inn of Court