Jason joined the firm’s commercial litigation practice in 2011.  He has a wide-ranging practice that includes all aspects of commercial civil litigation. Working with both small and large clients, he has handled a variety of matters in both the state and federal courts in Virginia. He primarily focuses on complex litigation, with an emphasis on business litigation.

    • Education

      • J.D., College of William & Mary, Order of the Coif, Business Law Review (Student Note of the Year), 2011
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      Memberships

      • Norfolk Portsmouth Bar Association
      • American Bar Association
      • Virginia State Bar
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    • Leadership

      • United Way of South Hampton Roads, Young Leadership Society Company Champion
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Experience

  • Represented a variety of corporate clients, including:
    • Web developers, contractors, manufacturers, automobile dealerships, and automotive repair shops, in litigation arising out of contract disputes with customers, vendors, and competitors
    • A railroad in matters involving inverse condemnation, federal preemption, and environmental litigation
    • A municipal jail in various matters
    • LLC members in the litigation of membership and ownership disputes
    • Media clients in litigation alleging defamation and other torts
    • Lenders in litigation to enforce loans and guaranties
    • Property owners in litigation arising out of warranties and disputes with tenants
  • Defended several clients in environmental misdemeanor actions.
  • Handled litigation involving trade secret misappropriation, breach of fiduciary duties, and defamation.

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