Northwestern University School of Law,
University of Missouri-Columbia,
Illinois USDC, Northern District
Tennessee USDC, Western District
Thompson Coburn LLP
Jason is an associate in the Firm's Business Litigation Practice with experience in representing a variety of clients in state and federal litigation.
Jason's practice includes representing financial institutions, corporations, and individuals in cases involving complex substantive and procedural issues. His case experience includes breach of contract proceedings, shareholder disputes, fraud and business torts, and commercial loan enforcement. Jason assists clients in matters ranging from the initial stages of litigation and alternative dispute resolution through discovery, trial, post-judgment proceedings, and appeals. He has achieved favorable results for clients in state and federal courts in Illinois.
Aiding in the expeditious resolution of disputes, Jason routinely performs initial case analysis, manages various aspects of the discovery process, conducts legal research, and drafts pleadings, briefs, memoranda, and other documents. During litigation, Jason focuses on achieving client-driven results through a smart and effective motion practice.
Prior to joining the firm, Jason gained experience in the various stages of civil litigation during clerkships for Chief United States Magistrate Judge Tu M. Pham and United States District Judge Thomas L. Parker in the Western District of Tennessee. Jason leverages that experience to implement effective litigation strategies and obtain favorable outcomes for clients.
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