Jason is a senior counsel in the firm’s Miami office. His practice focuses on complex commercial litigation, health care litigation, appellate litigation, and government enforcement and white collar criminal defense. Jason’s experience includes representation of companies and individuals in a diverse array of matters, ranging from defense of False Claims Act allegations and consumer protection claims, to litigation of contract disputes, unfair competition, managed care, and land use matters. Jason has also been called upon by companies and organizations to advocate as amicus curiae on issues of broad importance to industry stakeholders. He regularly appears before federal and state trial and appellate courts, as well as arbitral forums, in Florida and elsewhere.
Jason is also active in the firm’s internal investigations practice. He has been a part of numerous sensitive internal investigations concerning reporting and compliance matters, and has participated in preparing presentations to the Department of Justice that have resulted in favorable outcomes.
Prior to joining the firm, Jason served in the appellate unit of the New Jersey Public Defender’s Office. In that role, he represented clients in all phases of appeal, briefing and arguing over 50 appeals as lead counsel, and generating numerous published opinions. His work in the New Jersey Supreme Court in the matter of State v. Skinner was widely covered in national media outlets and ultimately resulted in a decision by the Court recognizing that a defendant’s artistic expression could not be introduced as evidence of guilt in a criminal trial.
Jason graduated from Tulane Law School, where he was a member of the editorial board of the Tulane Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property and a member of the moot court board. His undergraduate degree is from Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida.