As a member of the Healthcare, Life Sciences & Education industry team, Jason represents clients in complex individual and class action disputes across the country, focusing heavily on business torts and other commercial issues, including consumer fraud, antitrust, securities fraud, and the Employment Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA). Jason regularly counsels clients on compliance matters related to antitrust, trade regulation, and unfair competition. In addition, Jason devotes a substantial part of his practice to matters involving financial institutions, intellectual property disputes, and appellate litigation on behalf of a broad range of clients.
Jason serves on the firm’s Recruiting Committee in St. Louis and on the firm-wide Diversity Council.
Class Action Litigation
Represented former board member of leading insurance company in companion shareholder derivative and securities fraud class action lawsuits, alleging that company misstated its financial performance in order to mislead investors about its financial condition.
Litigated dispute between client, an India-based global technology services firm, and it's former U.S.-based joint venture partner before the London Court of International Arbitration, and in action in federal district court recognizing and enforcing arbitration award in favor of client.
Intellectual Property Litigation
Represented gay Colombian asylum seeker in removal proceedings before the U.S. Immigration Court in Manhattan, New York, resulting in a settlement with the government that allowed client to live and work in the United States.