Jason has tried 14 jury, bench, and arbitral trials. He has been lead counsel in a wide array of business cases, including many varieties of commercial and government-related contract claims, prime–subcontractor disputes, post-closing suits, and business torts including fraud and misappropriation. Jason is also an experienced antitrust litigator, having served as lead defense counsel to global technology companies in several of the nation’s largest antitrust price-fixing class actions and multidistrict proceedings. Complementing his trial practice, Jason has briefed over two dozen cases on appeal, including in the U.S. Supreme Court. Jason is a member of the firm’s Coronavirus Task Force, advising on litigation issues.
Jason holds leadership roles with the U.S. Chamber Litigation Center and the Federalist Society that keep him informed about legal issues of importance to his clients. He has been included among the Best Lawyers in America for 2020, has been named to Super Lawyers for Washington, D.C. and as a “Future Star” by Benchmark Litigation every year since 2012, and was “Recommended” in Antitrust by Legal 500 U.S. in 2018 and by Global Competition Review in 2015 and 2016. After graduating from Harvard Law School, he was a judicial law clerk to Judge Randall Rader on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. In law school, he was editor-in-chief of the Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy.
Tune in to hear about force majeure, the “escape hatch” contract provisions that potentially let business owners out of obligations with returning guest Jason Levine of Alston and Bird.
Alston & Bird’s Jason Levine discusses price gouging, how it’s treated in different states, and the impact on our supply chains since COVID19 started.
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