James M. Hobbs focuses his practice on white-collar criminal defense and internal investigations. He represents individuals and companies in various stages of corporate and criminal investigations, including matters related to fraud, misbranding, environmental crimes, and criminal antitrust.
Jay has experience in fact development, motions practice, and trial preparation. He also provides guidance on issues related to cybersecurity and emerging technologies, such as blockchain applications, bitcoin, and other virtual currencies.
Jay is active in Steptoe’s pro bono practice where he works on a range of matters. He has represented death row inmates in post-conviction proceedings, a claimant pursuing a Social Security Disability Insurance appeal, and a tenant facing eviction in landlord-tenant court.
- J.D., University of Pennsylvania Law School, 2014, magna cum laude; Associate Editor, Alumni & Philanthropy Chair, University of Pennsylvania Law Review
- B.A., Colorado College, 2011, cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, Political Science
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