James concentrates his practice on complex commercial litigation, such as premises liability, wrongful death, and liquor liability/Dram Shop cases, as well as labor and employment matters involving retaliation, discrimination, and wrongful termination. Prior to joining O’Hagan Meyer, James began his practice in New York at a mid-sized Manhattan commercial litigation firm. He went on to serve for 15 years as an Assistant County Attorney for Westchester County, where he litigated civil matters in the areas of labor and employment, civil rights, contract disputes, torts, and administrative law. He served as lead counsel in matters before federal and state courts, various state and federal administrative agencies, and independent arbitrators and mediators. After moving to Philadelphia, James litigated mass torts and products liability matters in Philadelphia, New Jersey, and Delaware, for a prominent plaintiffs’ firm. James lives in a Philadelphia suburb where he enjoys the outdoors with his wife and two children.