Jason's practice is focused primarily on defending individuals charged with federal white collar offenses such as health care and financial fraud, extortion, structuring, illegal gambling, and multi-defendant conspiracies. Jason also represents individuals charged with more "traditional" crimes such as narcotics trafficking and firearm offenses.
Jason is a graduate of the Villanova University School of Law in Villanova, Pennsylvania. While in law school he participated in Villanova's Civil Justice Clinic where he represented indigent clients in administrative proceedings. During his summers, Jason completed an externship at an international employment litigation firm, as well as a judicial externship with the Honorable James C. Mahan in the United States District Court for the District of Nevada.
A native of Las Vegas, Jason returned home upon graduation and, prior to entering private practice, completed a federal clerkship for the Honorable James C. Mahan, United States District Court, District of Nevada. Prior to joining the firm, Jason worked for a national law firm where he gained experience litigating a variety of civil cases in the areas of general liability, trademark, antitrust, RICO, and employment law.
Obtained acquittal on all counts in federal armed bank robbery case after six day jury trial.
Obtained sentence of one year probation with no term of incarceration in case alleging illegal gambling and conspiracy to structure to avoid reporting requirements, involving over $1.3 million.
Obtained sentence of probation with no term of incarceration in federal tax evasion case.
Obtained sentence of probation with no term of incarceration in federal case charging money laundering and structuring related to medical practice.