Jacque M. Ramos

POSITION
Attorney at Law

ADMISSIONS
Utah State Bar (2005)
Nevada State Bar (2010)
Federal Bar

EDUCATION
Indiana University School of Law in 2005
University of Utah in 1999 with a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish

PRACTICE AREAS
Civil litigation
Civil rights
Personal injury
Wrongful death

Medical malpractice
Products liability
Intellectual property
Family law
and more.

Jacque M. Ramos, Esq. is a seasoned litigator with licensure in Utah and Nevada. Jacque maintains a general civil litigation practice encompassing numerous subject areas including civil rights, complex personal injury, wrongful death, medical malpractice, products liability, intellectual property, commercial law, insurance coverage disputes, employment law, immigration, business disputes, land disputes, and family law.

Jacque graduated from the University of Utah in 1999 with a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish and Indiana University School of Law in 2005. She was admitted to the Utah State Bar in 2005 and the Nevada State Bar in 2010.

Ms. Ramoses professional life began as a licensed insurance agent and account manager responsible for underwriting, rating, marketing, and servicing large local and national commercial accounts including: Business liability, Directors and Officers liability, Errors and Omissions liability, and Workers Compensation liability. Additionally, I had the opportunity to work with a large, international, commercial brokerage firm servicing domestic and international healthcare providers with Medical Malpractice liability, Professional and Entity liability.

While attending Indiana University School of Law – Indianapolis, she had the privilege of interning at the Indianapolis Legal Services, Hispanic Division; where she assisted indigent, Hispanic clientele prosecute the necessary paperwork to qualify for residency and/or citizenship in the United States. Her work at the Indiana Legal Services included qualification determinations for immigrants who were the victims of domestic abuse.

In addition to interning with Indiana Legal Services, she also worked with the Department Head, Kenneth D. Crews, J.D. Ph.D., of the Copyright Management Center. During her two-year employment with the Copyright Management Center, she researched and developed international resources concerning U.S. and international law, including a comprehensive Comparative Analysis of International Copyright Law Applicable to University Scholarship for the Zwolle Group. Also, she assisted Dr. Crews in researching, reviewing, revising, and editing journal submissions on domestic copyright law, including his published works: Copyright Duration and the Progressive Degeneration of a Constitutional Doctrine, Syracuse Law Review 55 (2005): 189-250 and Creative Strategies and Practical Solutions, published in a fully revised second edition by the American Library Association in 2006.

She possesses great strength in consistency, temperance, candor, and professionalism. She strives to provide complete, thorough, and insightful research and analysis even of the most complex and occasionally arcane legal issues. She respects the rule of law as well as the passions and goals of businesses, individuals and families who are directly affected by the law.

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