Jason represents and assists contractors, subcontractors, owners, lenders, and design professionals in all areas of the construction and development process. His goal is to help clients through the building process in the most efficient and cost effective manner. His practice experience includes civil litigation, preparation and negotiation of construction contracts, and development of best practices for construction companies.
Prior to joining the firm, Jason clerked for Chief Justice Mark D. Martin of the North Carolina Supreme Court.
- J.D., cum laude, The University of North Carolina School of Law, 2005. Executive Editor, North Carolina Banking Institute Journal, Gressman-Pollitt Award.
- B.S., cum laude, North Carolina State University, 1998
RL Regi North Carolina, LLC v. Lighthouse Cove, LLC, __ N.C. __, __ S.E.2d __ (2014)
Prop. S. Wake, LLC v. The Fidelity Bank, et. al., No. COA-12-611 (N.C. Ct. App. Dec. 18, 2012) (unpublished)
Honors and Distinctions*
- "Legal Elite," Business North Carolina, Construction 2016, 2017, 2019, 2020-2021
- The Best Lawyers in America, 2019-2021
- "Rising Star," North Carolina Super Lawyers, 2012-2015
Professional and Community Affiliations
- Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce (Young Professionals Network)
- North Carolina Bar Association — Sections: Construction (council member); Intellectual Property Law; Litigation
Admitted to Practice
- North Carolina, 2005
- All state courts in North Carolina
- United States District Court for the Eastern and Middle Districts of North Carolina
* Please see the following websites for an explanation of the membership standards for the following recognitions: www.bestlawyers.com; businessnc.com/special-sections/legal-elite/; and www.superlawyers.com/north-carolina.
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