Jason commits much of his practice to assisting clients and case teams with discovery-related issues. He has extensive experience advising clients on document management procedures and best practices for defensible disposition of records, document collection, review and production. Jason has coordinated large-scale document reviews and productions and managed teams responsible for fulfilling clients' electronic discovery obligations.
Jason has a working knowledge of common company data infrastructure and significant experience with software systems designed for early case assessment, efficient document collection, culling and review. Additionally, he spends considerable time working in a consultant capacity advising clients and case teams on specific discovery topics such as litigation hold notices, protective orders and document production protocols. He has represented clients in state and federal court during motion practice proceedings on discovery-related issues and has served as in-house eDiscovery counsel for Shook clients.
Panelist, How to Impress Your Supervising Partner and In-House Counsel by Understanding and Managing E-Discovery, American Bar Association 2017 Environmental & Energy, Mass Torts and Products Liability Litigation Committees' Joint CLE Seminar (January 2017).
Speaker, Telephones, Watercoolers and Playgrounds: The Changing Landscape of Electronic Data, Kansas City Young Leaders Group (December 2011).