Jason Morris prevents and solves problems on behalf of the financial services, property and casualty insurance, media, entertainment, aviation, life insurance, real estate, and annuity industries. His practice focuses on complex civil litigation, class actions, and commercial disputes in federal, state, and international venues. He has significant experience in a variety of substantive areas, including insurance coverage, RICO, ERISA, False Claims Act, state deceptive trade practices statutes, unfair competition laws, contract breaches, child custody disputes, bad faith actions, and issues arising from market conduct examinations and other regulatory proceedings.
Mr. Morris routinely advises insurers with respect to coverage disputes concerning representation and warranty, professional liability, cybersecurity, directors and officers, employment practices liability, aviation, media, fidelity, fiduciary liability, securities, consumer, and intellectual property insurance policies. One of the challenges in which Mr. Morris has experience is undermining claimants’ overstated damages calculations, which are often based on a hired expert’s dubious valuation methods, improper hindsight bias, and inadequate access to underlying data.
Mr. Morris provides pro bono legal services for the nation’s under-served and mistreated indigent population, serving as an advocate for children and prisoners.