James Ehinger practices in the area of complex commercial litigation with extensive experience serving a wide variety of sectors. He has numerous trials in both the state and federal courts and has handled more than 50 appellate cases. He has particular expertise in the resolution of intellectual property disputes, securities and corporate governance matters, and trust and probate disputes.
James is also active in the field of international law, including both litigation and business matters, with an emphasis on transactions and disputes involving parties in Latin America and Hong Kong. He served as the Arizona International Monitor for the historic 1994 South African National Election ending apartheid. Prior to joining Ryley Carlock & Applewhite, he was a partner at Jennings Strouss & Salmon. He has also worked in Los Angeles at the Greenberg Glusker Fields Claman & Machtinger law firm.
"Enforcement of Foreign Country Judgments in Arizona," International Law Section of the State Bar of Arizona, November 2015
"Preventive Legal Care: 4 Steps to Identify and Reduce Your Business' Risk of Getting Sued," Association of Corporate Counsel, Co-Presenter, October 2015
- Arizona State Bar Association
- Maricopa County Bar Association
- California State Bar Association
- American Bar Association
- Federal Bar Association Non-Profit Service Association, Volunteer
- Stark-Martin Charitable Trust, Administrator
- Arizona Friends of Foster Children Foundation, Past President
- Arizona Cactus Pine Girl Scout Council, Former Board Member
James has earned an AV-Preeminent Attorney Rating by Martindale-Hubbell.