Jason represents business clients in complex litigation and class action disputes, including a significant focus on banking and financial services matters; antitrust litigation, investigations, and compliance; and other government enforcement and regulatory matters, including compliance with federal and state laws governing banks and their consumer lending activities.
In addition to financial services, Jason has experience in the energy, chemical, food and beverage, manufacturing, automotive, and retail. He has handled high-stakes disputes in trial and appellate courts, both federal and state, throughout the country as well as in commercial arbitrations.
In his financial services practice, Jason has represented banks and other financial institutions in matters involving parallel regulatory and civil litigation, including the resolution of significant matters with the OCC, the CFPB, and the Attorneys General in all 50 states, as well as with private litigants, including class action plaintiffs and commercial counterparties. He has significant experience in the auto lending, residential mortgage, and deposit banking businesses. He has represented banks and lenders in disputes involving complex financial products and instruments, residential mortgage securitizations, data privacy, consumer class actions, investor claims, aiding-and-abetting fraud claims, Ponzi schemes, software and technology disputes, supply chain matters, and other complex litigation matters.
In the energy sector, Jason has represented electric utilities and other energy companies in complex commercial litigation, contract and supply chain disputes, antitrust litigation, and antitrust compliance, with a focus on the renewable energy industry, including matters involving both solar and wind power.
Jason regularly counsels companies on antitrust compliance and has handled antitrust litigation or investigations in the chemical, agriculture, energy, financial services, transportation, and retail industries.
Jason’s diverse litigation experience additionally includes data privacy and security matters – he received the Certified Information Privacy Professional (U.S.) certification – as well as matters involving insurance coverage, software and technology implementation, supply chain, distribution, construction, and eminent domain.
Among other activities, Jason is the past Chair of the North Carolina Bar Association Antitrust & Complex Business Disputes Section and is an Adjunct Professor at Wake Forest School of Law teaching antitrust.