In his diverse practice, Jason focuses on solving clients’ issues related to construction projects, including but not limited to construction litigation and the negotiation of construction contracts. Jason also focuses on catastrophic loss, complex business, and trust, estate, and fiduciary litigation. As the leader of Ulmer’s Catastrophic Loss Practice Group, Jason has extensive experience representing plaintiffs and defending companies in personal injury and wrongful death tort litigation. He has participated in several high-stakes cases involving fires, explosions, burns, electrocutions, automobile and industrial accidents, structural collapses, and other instances of catastrophic personal injury and loss of life. Jason takes his clients’ battles personally and formulates comprehensive investigation, litigation, and settlement strategies to obtain the best possible results for clients.
Named to The Best Lawyers in America© for Construction Law, Jason also represents owners, contractors, architects, and engineering firms in commercial and construction litigation, involving breach of contract, defective construction, delay, and lien claims. He also negotiates contracts for all varieties of commercial development and residential construction, including schools, commercial buildings, and hospitals. In his many years of experience, Jason has represented numerous clients in litigation and business affairs. This includes representing banks in commercial and UCC related litigation, assisting businesses with contractual negotiations and disputes with competitors, suppliers, and partners, and representing trustees, executors, and beneficiaries in probate litigation.
(B.A., magna cum laude, 1996)
Complex Business Litigation
Trust, Estate & Fiduciary Litigation