Originally from Forest Hills, NY, Jared Blake Namm moved to Boca Raton, FL and graduated from Spanish River High in 1996.

Mr. Namm attended and graduated magna cum laude from Tulane University with Bachelor of Science and a double major in Marketing and Management. He then graduated cum laude from the University Of Miami School Of Law with a Juris Doctor in May 2003.

Mr. Namm was an Associate Editor for the Inter-American Law Review from 2001-2002 and in 2002-2003 was elected as Symposium Editor. As Symposium Editor, Mr. Namm was responsible for developing, organizing, and planning the Inter-American Law Reviews 2003 Symposium: Forum Non Conveniens: Development and Issues over the Past Seven Years. Articles and comments from the symposium were published in the Inter-American Law Review Symposium Edition, 35 U. Miami Inter-Am. L. Rev. 21 (2003).

After graduating from law school, Mr. Namm attended the University Of Miami Frost School Of Music, where he obtained his master’s degree in Music Business and Entertainment Industries.


While in law school Matthew clerked at Alters Law Firm, a boutique “plaintiff’s firm,” and joined the firm after being admitted to the Florida Bar. Working alongside the firm’s senior litigation strategist, Jeremy Alters, Matthew has been a part of billions of dollars in settlements and verdicts. His work has included national class actions and mass torts, as well as catastrophic injury, product liability and medical malpractice actions. A legal researcher and writer at heart, he provides complex litigation strategy and support, and also handles appeals.

Notably, Matthew was a key part of helping to shape and draft the litigation that became In re: Checking Account Overdraft Litigation, which resulted in over $1.3 billion in settlements from dozens of U.S. banks that charged customers unjustified overdraft fees. He was also a key part of shaping and drafting the Florida litigation that became In re: Chinese Manufactured Drywall Product Liability Litigation, which resulted in a $1 billion settlement for thousands of homeowners who unwittingly had defective drywall installed in their homes in the wake of Hurricane Katrina and the mid-2000’s building boom.

In 2014, he was appointed co-class counsel in the Red Bull false advertising class action in the Southern District of New York. Matthew led the oral argument, and the settlement hearing resulted in a $16.4 million total settlement, including an innovative compensation plan that gave the large pool of class members the option to receive a free 4-pack of Red Bull direct from the company.

Thanks to the diversity of his pre-law background, Matthew also helps entrepreneurs and small to mid-sized businesses navigate joint ventures and expansions into new products and territories. He also assists new businesses in navigating the start-up and seed capital process.

Matthew returned to Los Angeles full time in Fall 2018, and passed the notoriously difficult California Bar Exam on his first try, and was admitted to the California Bar in January 2019.


  • Corporate Law
  • Business Law
  • Corporate & Commercial Transactions
  • Contract Law
  • Commercial Contracts & Agreements
  • Entertainment Law
  • Commercial & Civil Litigation
  • Real Estate Law


  • Florida Bar Association
  • Entertainment and Sports Law Society (Florida Bar)
  • Association of Corporate Counsel
  • American Bar Association


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