After practicing law in the private sector for 10 years, Jason joined the United States Department of Justice as an Assistant U. S. Attorney in 2017. Jason is also a Certified Public Accountant and focuses his legal practice on complex commercial, business, and employment litigation matters.
Jason’s substantial appellate experience has resulted in numerous reported cases, including cases of first impression in Georgia and cases which have overturned Georgia law, some of which include the following: Steinichen v. Stancil, 284 Ga. 580 (2008);Byers v. McGuire Properties, Inc., 285 Ga. 530 (2009); Brock v. Yale Mortgage Corporation, 287 Ga. 849 (2010); Kenerly v. State, 311 Ga. App. 190 (2011); andGhodrati v. Stearnes, 314 Ga. App. 321 (2012). While in law school, Jason served as a summer law clerk to current Chief Justice Hugh P. Thompson at the Supreme Court of Georgia.
After practicing law in metro Atlanta from 2007-2012, Jason returned to his hometown of Augusta and has been a member of YPA since that time.