Jason is a trial attorney who handles civil and criminal regulatory investigations and litigation matters across the Unites States and internationally. Jason, a former senior enforcement attorney with the US Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC), focuses his practice on SEC enforcement, government investigations, white collar criminal defense, securities litigation, healthcare fraud, conducting internal corporate investigations, FCPA matters, crisis management and business disputes. Jason has been recognized by several organizations and publications as a top securities and white collar attorney and was recently named one of the Top 100 Lawyers in Dallas/Ft. Worth in Texas Monthly magazine's Super Lawyers edition.

Jason has been the lead attorney in federal jury trials brought by the Department of Justice (DOJ) and the SEC. Jason routinely handles high-profile and high-stakes matters. Chambers USA described Jason as possessing "…an excellent reputation for his broad white-collar practice, representing corporations and individuals in civil and criminal regulatory investigations and litigation matters" and is noted for being "very strong on SEC investigations."

Jason has defended and regularly represents corporate entities, officers, directors, investment advisors, broker dealers and individuals in civil and criminal investigations and litigation involving the SEC, DOJ, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), Federal Trade Commission (FTC), Internal Revenue Service (IRS), Department of Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), state securities boards and attorney general offices, as well as numerous other state and federal governmental agencies. He also represents public companies and their officers and directors in securities class actions, derivative actions, state and federal litigation and arbitrations.

During his tenure at the SEC, Jason conducted numerous investigations, including accounting fraud, insider trading, market manipulation, offering fraud, reporting and disclosure violations and auditor misconduct. After returning to private practice, Jason has conducted a broad range of internal corporate investigations, which include accounting irregularities, FCPA issues, export controls and sanctions, insider trading, public corruption, bank fraud, healthcare fraud and employee malfeasance. In addition, Jason advises clients on corporate governance and compliance matters.