James is a member of BNM’s Litigation Section handling commercial litigation across several industries. He focuses his practice on real estate litigation, including contractual disputes, lien matters, and disputes between property owners. James also represents contractors and subcontractors in contractual disputes, and handles claims involving non-compete and non-solicitation agreements.
Among his more interesting projects, in 2018, James worked with a BNM team to recover artwork stolen in 1960 and returned it to the heir of the famous artist. Prior to beginning his legal career, James worked for an environmental consulting firm as an environmental scientist, conducting fieldwork alongside archeologists and biologists. His projects included property surveys for endangered species and archeological digs in South Texas.