Jason is a seasoned commercial litigator, admitted in Virginia, Maryland, and Washington, D.C. He has a wide-ranging practice that includes all aspects of commercial civil litigation.

Working with both small and large clients, Jason has handled a variety of matters in both the state and federal courts. He primarily focuses on complex litigation, with an emphasis on business break-ups, ownership disputes, contract disputes, and business torts. In addition to complex litigation, Jason also assists businesses in collecting unpaid notes and business debts. 

In his free time, Jason enjoys practicing martial arts and has achieved the rank of black belt in both Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and Judo. 

    • Education

      • J.D., William & Mary School of Law, Order of the Coif, Business Law Review (Student Note of the Year), 2011
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      • American Bar Association
      • D.C. Bar Association
      • Federal Bar Association
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    • Professional Recognition

      • Virginia's "Legal EliteYoung Lawyers Under 40, Virginia Business magazine
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      • Norfolk Portsmouth Bar Association, Executive Committee: Member

  • Represented a variety of corporate and individual 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.
      • A municipality in litigation regarding a failed development project.
      • LLC members and corporate shareholders in the litigation regarding ownership, control, derivative claims, and share value.
      • 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.
      • A cryptocurrency miner in a dispute with a service provider.
      • Property owners in litigation over construction defects.
      • A law firm in litigation over false advertising.
      • Trust beneficiaries in estate litigation.
      • A manufacturer in litigation over trademark infringement.
      • A franchisor in litigation with franchisees.
      • A transportation company in litigation over theft and fraud.
      • An LLC in litigation over an alter ego claim
      • Landlords in litigation to evict tenants.
      • A bank in litigation over statutory consumer claims.
      • A real estate broker in litigation over brokerage fees.
      • Creditors in bankruptcy proceedings.
      • A car rental agency in litigation with a customer.
      • An insurer in litigations over subrogation rights.
      • Staffing companies in disputes with customers over unpaid balances.
      • A property owner in litigation regarding a boundary dispute.
      • A real estate developer in litigation regarding a boundary dispute.
      • A corporation in litigation over statutory consumer claims.
      • A buyer in a suit seeking specific performance of a real estate contract.
      • A real estate developer in litigation involving architectural malpractice.
      • Retailers against wholesalers in litigation involving defective merchandise.
      • A buyer in litigation involving an asset purchase agreement.
      • A meat exporter in litigation with a cold storage facility regarding demurrage fees.
  • Defended several clients in environmental misdemeanor actions.
  • Handled litigation involving trade secret misappropriation, breach of fiduciary duties, and defamation.

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