Jason is an associate of the firm, and concentrates his practice on business litigation matters such as contract disputes, shareholder and partnership disputes, and business torts such as fraud, tortious interference, civil RICO, and breach of fiduciary duty. Jason also devotes much of his practice to qui tam litigation and corporate and transactional matters, including entity formation, drafting business agreements, creditors’ rights, bankruptcy, and tax issues. Jason is experienced in all phases of litigation, including jury trials, non-jury trials, meditation, arbitration, discovery, motion practice, settlement negotiation, and appeals.
Jason graduated from Rutgers University School of Law – Camden in 2010. While at Rutgers, Jason was on the Rutgers Law Journal (law review). Following law school, Jason gained valuable litigation experience working for the New Jersey Attorney General, then as a labor and employment law associate. In 2013, Jason obtained an LL.M. in Taxation from Villanova University School of Law. While earning his LL.M., Jason worked for Deloitte in its international tax department.
Jason is a zealous advocate, and will work tirelessly to achieve outcomes that are desirable to his clients, and in their best interest. While Jason believes in careful planning to avoid disputes at their inception, he is always prepared to litigate for his clients if necessary.
B.A. University of Arizona ’04
J.D. Rutgers University School of Law – Camden ’10
LL.M. Taxation Villanova University School of Law ’13
Member of the Camden County Bar Association
Member of the Philadelphia Bar Association
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