At Keller Postman, James’s practice focuses on mass torts, products liability, and consumer privacy regulations. Specifically, James supports the firm’s efforts in representing the State of Texas in its privacy suit against Meta, which involves state consumer privacy regulations in the context of facial recognition technology. James also contributes to the 3M Combat Arms Earplugs Products Liability Litigation, representing U.S. military veterans and service members whose hearing was allegedly damaged by defects in 3M’s Combat Arms Earplugs.
Before joining Keller Postman, James ran a successful solo law practice for several years. Prior to that, James was a partner at a litigation boutique, representing clients in cases focusing on consumer fraud, false advertising, fair trade practices, antitrust, and class actions. In addition to his regular legal practice, James has consistently worked on pro bono matters, including successfully applying for asylum in the U.S. and enforcing the protections of the federal Violence Against Women Act.
James received his undergraduate degree from the University of Utah, and his law degree from the University of Chicago Law School.
James is licensed to practice law in Utah only.
"Being a plaintiffs’ attorney allows me to use my legal skills and experience to help individuals who might not otherwise be able to navigate the complex judicial system. As a legal professional, there is no better feeling than holding companies accountable, ensuring that they conduct their business fairly, and making sure that no company feels they are above the law."