James “Jame” B. Jameson, Esq. is an experienced and diligent mediator and arbitrator, with over 30 years of legal and practical business experience. Jame has earned a reputation for creating a safe and neutral environment where all parties can express their concerns and perspectives. By fostering an open dialogue and advocating for effective and creative solutions to many different types of disputes, Jame is committed to guiding the parties to a resolution that satisfies their needs and interests. Whether presented with a business dispute, work-place disagreements, interpersonal conflicts, contractual or personal injury claims, the conflict resolution skills that James has developed over the years will facilitate a constructive dialogue to bring about a collaborative outcome.

Since graduating from law school in 1984, Jame’s practice was primarily the representation of businesses and high net worth individuals in distressed financial situations. He has served as a neutral third party in negotiating several business “divorces” and restructuring plans, as well as a Chapter 11 Trustee, Debtor’s counsel and advisor for creditor committees.

In 1992, Jame leveraged his legal and business experience to focus on mediation and arbitration and served on the Mediation Panel of United States Arbitration and Mediation in Houston, Texas. Since that time, Jame has earned the trust of a number of Civil Courts to serve as a third party neutral and has successfully mediated over 500 disputes in the civil litigation area.

Jame focuses on resolving:
• Family Law and Domestic Relations
• Commercial Contract Disputes
• Personal Injury
• Wrongful Death
• Oil and Gas Disputes
• Real Estate and Construction Disputes
• Subrogation
• Premises Liability
• Employment
• HOA Dispute

• University of Denver, BA (Double Major in History and Economics), 1980
• South Texas College of Law, JD, 1984

• General Mediator Training – Attorney Mediator Institute (AMI),1992
• USA&M Mediator Training, 1993
• USA&M Advanced Mediator Training, 1994
• Mediation Panelist USA&M 1993
• AMI Advanced Mediator Program
• Advanced Negotiation Training
• Advanced Mediator Training (Association of Attorney Mediators)
• Arbitration Training 2017 (Barnham Graduate School and Seminary)
• Arbitrator Registry with Texas State Comptroller Office
• Arbitrator and Mediator Panel with Better Business Bureau (Houston)
• Arbitrator Panelist with FINRA

• South Texas Law Review
Editorial Board Member (1983) published Comment “Applying the Non-Priority Exception to express Warranties – Another Step Toward extending Strict Liability to Recover Solely Economic Losses” V.24 No. 1; South Texas

• State Bar of Texas (licensed since 1984)
• Colorado Bar Association (licensed since 2021)
• United States District Courts (Southern District of Texas )
• United States Bankruptcy Courts (Southern, Western and Northern Districts of Texas)
• Real Estate Sales License (Texas , Inactive)
• Associate Real Estate Broker License (Colorado)
• Texas Association of Mediators (TAM)
• Association of Attorney Mediators (AAM)
• Mediation Association of Colorado (MAC)

• $3000 Full Day Flat Fee
• $1500 Half Day Flat Fee