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Mr. Camacho is a member of the Firm’s Real Estate Practice Groups, concentrating primarily in real estate litigation in Virginia and Washington, D.C. Jeremy represents title insurance companies, developers, real estate agents, and landlords at various stages of litigation.

Previously, Jeremy handled distressed real estate matters, specifically residential foreclosures and unlawful detainers. He also handled a variety of civil disputes, including sanctions allegations, and suits with common interest communities.

Jeremy received his J.D. from Antonin Scalia Law School at George Mason University, located in nearby Arlington, Virginia. During law school, he published two articles in peer-reviewed journals and followed up with a third article shortly afterward. He received his Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of Virginia.

He is an active member of the firm’s Diversity and Inclusion Committee and is barred in both Virginia and Washington, D.C.

Published Articles:

  • I Could Have Been a Contender: Arbitration and the Ali Act, 20 SPORTS LAW. J. 135 (Spring 2013)
  • Is the E-Reader Mightier? Direct Publishing and Entry Barriers, 44 J. SCHOLARLY PUBL’G 327 (July 2013)
  • The Cruelest Sport: Boxing, Banning, and the Hart-Devlin Debate, 4 ARIZ. ST. SPORTS & ENT. L.J. 107 (Fall 2014)
  • April 2018
    TOPA - Proposal to eliminate Bankruptcy and Court-Order Exemptions

    Earlier this month, Bill 22-0739 was introduced to the District of Columbia Council. The Bill is named the TOPA Bankruptcy Tenant Displacement Prevention Amendment Act of 2018. The Bill seeks to amend the Tenant Opportunity to Purchase Act to remove TOPA’s exemption of bankruptcy sales and to require owners of property acquired via court order to submit to TOPA... Read More >