General Counsel and SVP, Business & Legal Affairs
An attorney and executive in the interactive entertainment and computer industries for more than 30 years, Jamie was formerly General Counsel and EVP, Business & Legal Affairs at Gaikai Inc., a cloud technology company that was acquired by Sony Computer Entertainment in 2012.
In 2003, Jamie founded his own Silicon Valley law practice, representing well-known clients in the interactive entertainment, personal computing, semiconductor, social networking, new media and cloud computing industries in the U.S., European, South African and Asian markets. Prior to joining Gaikai in 2010, one of those clients was OnLive.
From 1993 to 2003, Jamie served as General Counsel of The 3DO Company (THDO), where he was responsible for managing legal and business affairs for the company's worldwide operations, including the development and commercial release of the 3DO Interactive Multiplayer and oversight of the company’s proprietary technologies and intellectual property rights.
Before joining 3DO, Jamie was co-founder and Managing Partner of Cook & Lefevre, P.C., a Silicon Valley law firm representing leading video game, personal computer and entertainment companies in the U.S., European and Asian markets.
Prior to forming Cook & Lefevre, P.C., Jamie served as Senior Vice President and Counsel for the video game, home computer and international divisions of the original Atari, Inc.