About LGP

We leverage diversity of expertise and depth of experience to relentlessly advocate on behalf of our clients’ business, transactional and litigation needs. Client Partnerships Defined by Access, Communication, and Trust We at Liebler, more...

Real Estate & Real Estate Finance

Liebler, Gonzalez & Portuondo’s Real Estate practice group provides a broad spectrum of legal services across virtually all real estate sectors and serves its investor and institutional clients in the core real estate more...

Premises Liability

From Fortune 500 companies to municipal institutions, Liebler, Gonzalez & Portuondo represents clients in premises liability actions arising out of business operations. The successful defense of these claims often turns on early identification more...

Corporate & Business Litigation

Our corporate and business practice provides a broad range of legal services for every legal need that arises during the life cycle of a business. From selecting the appropriate type of entity to more...

Jaimee L. Braverman

Jaimee Braverman Kanarek is a Team Leader – Senior Attorney of the Firm and a member of the Litigation Department. Prior to joining the firm in 2012, she served as a law clerk to the Honorable Carole Y. Taylor at the Fourth District Court of Appeal. Jaimee Braverman Kanarek’s practice focuses on banking, electronic commerce, privacy, and anti-money laundering regulations. She routinely counsels financial institutions on compliance with federal and state laws regarding financial privacy, the Bank Secrecy Act, anti-money laundering laws and unclaimed property rules.

She represents financial institutions on all aspects of retail banking operations, including disputes over account ownership, issues with treasury products involving wire transfers and ACH, compliance with subpoenas and garnishments impacting deposit accounts, safe deposit boxes, and escheatment matters.

Jaimee also has experience with bank protection issues, including matters related to internal investigations, employee theft and fraud investigations. In addition to her expertise involving deposit account operations, she is a member of the firm’s Electronic Discovery Practice and regularly provides guidance on a broad range of electronic discovery issues, including records retention, preservation strategies and devising procedures for clients to effectively respond to discovery requests involving ESI in active litigation.

Practice Areas:
Appellate Practice and Litigation Support, Banking & Municipal Finance, Commercial Litigation, Consumer Protection Statute Defense, Consumer Retail Banking, Corporate & Business, E-Discovery
Education:
University of Florida, Levin College of Law (J.D., 2008)
University of Maryland College Park, (Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Criminal Justice, 2001)
Bar and Court Admissions:
Florida, 2009
U.S. Middle District of Florida, 2013
U.S. Southern District of Florida, 2010