Jack L. White is a Partner at Fluet Huber + Hoang. Mr. White represents, advises, and counsels companies, boards of directors, municipalities, and a variety of individual and corporate clients on a wide array of matters, including corporate structuring, governance, and business transactions, litigation for Indian Tribes, employment matters, civil litigation, white collar criminal defense, compliance with federal, state, and local regulations and ordinances, and individual rights under both the federal and state constitutions, including 42 U. S. C. § 1983. Having testified before the United States Senate Judiciary Committee, Mr. White has extensive experience representing clients and preparing them for congressional testimony.
Mr. White’s litigation and appellate expertise spans the range of state and federal venues in several states through the United States Supreme Court. Mr. White also provides clients with broad experience at all stages of litigation and alternative dispute resolution, as well as regulatory inquiries. He has experience in government investigations, discrimination claims, constitutional matters, securities claims, white collar matters, bankruptcies, employment litigation, as well as a number of other civil matters. He has also advised state and local law enforcement, social services, and education chief executives on public school safety issues. Mr. White has served as counsel for plaintiffs and defendants.
Mr. White graduated from the U. S. Military Academy at West Point after earning numerous honors, including being named West Point Cadet of the Year. After serving for five years on active duty, he continued his service in the U. S. Army Reserve while attending Pepperdine University School of Law. Mr. White graduated Magna Cum Laude and served as editor-inchief of the Pepperdine Law Review. While at Pepperdine, Mr. White won the National Institute for Trial Advocacy’s Tournament of Champions and the annual Dalsimer Moot Court Competition. He also served as president of the Christian Legal Society and became a member of the Order of the Coif.
Following law school, Mr. White served as a law clerk at the United States Court of Appeals for the 3rd Circuit on behalf of the Honorable Samuel A. Alito, Jr. who was then a judge on that court. Shortly after being elevated to the U.S. Supreme Court, Justice Alito invited Mr. White to join him for a second clerkship during the Supreme Court’s 2008-2009 term.