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Jason litigates complex class actions related to consumer protection, worker rights, civil rights and public fee recovery.
His consumer protection practice focuses on defective products. His worker rights practice focuses on the improper denial of minimum wages and overtime pay. His civil rights practice focuses on violations of due process rights. and his public recovery practice focuses on the recovery of taxes and fees for local governments improperly evaded by corporations.
After graduating with honors from Grinnell College, Jason traveled to six countries on a Watson Fellowship, studying the Indian Diaspora. At the Duke University School of Law, he was an articles editor of the Duke Law Journal and did legal work for the Self-Employed Women's Association in Ahmedabad, India. He has also published a law review article and note on racial discrimination.
- Co-wrote class certification briefing alleging that builder defectively constructed community of homes in North Carolina by failing to include a weather barrier behind exterior siding. The judge granted class certification from the bench on the papers.
- Assisted in the settlement of a class action on behalf of individuals in Bexar County, Texas subject to a uniform strip search policy following their arrest for minor crimes.
- Co-wrote opposition to summary judgment brief in suit alleging that major car rental company improperly denied overtime pay to its airport managers. Summary judgment was denied.
You can reach Jason at 202-429-2290 or by emailing him at email@example.com