Jason represents clients in complex commercial litigation and business matters, including breach of contract, partnership and shareholder disputes, business torts, commercial transactions, arbitration, fraudulent transfers and bankruptcy-related litigation matters.
He also focuses his practice on unmanned aircraft systems – or drone – technology. He has experience with the legal, regulatory and public policy issues involving unmanned aircraft systems, including analysis of federal and state law considerations that may arise.
As an attorney and certified public accountant, Jason offers a value-added perspective by using his accounting background to take a business-minded approach to solving clients’ legal issues.
Before Fox Rothschild
Prior to joining Fox, Jason served as a judicial intern to the Honorable Bruce T. Beesley of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Nevada.
While in law school, Jason was on the editorial board of the Virginia Tax Review, one of the oldest student-run law journals at the University of Virginia School of Law.
Before law school, he worked in public accounting. As a certified public accountant, Jason had been involved principally in corporate, individual and retirement tax compliance, tax planning, and research.
Beyond Fox Rothschild
Jason represents foster children in family court for the Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada Children’s Attorneys Project.
As a former student athlete for Loyola Marymount University’s Division II men’s ice hockey program, Jason has a strong passion for the sport of hockey and continues to play in Las Vegas.
- California Board of Accountancy, CPA License no. 115005
Jason is a regular contributor to On the Radar, a blog that tracks legal updates on drones and unmanned autonomous systems.
In the blog, Jason and other Fox attorneys discuss the legal, regulatory, and public policy issues involving unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), including analysis of federal and state law considerations that may arise.
Honors & Awards
- Ranked among the most-read contributors in the United States for 2015 on Mondaq by registered readers primarily in the technology sector (based upon analysis of 12 months of Mondaq readership data across more than 25,000 authors)