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Class Action Litigator Jason Gould Rejoins Carlton Fields in Washington, D.C.

Washington, D.C. – Carlton Fields is pleased to announce that veteran class action attorney Jason Gould rejoined the firm in Washington, D.C. Gould is a member of the firm’s Life, Annuity, and Retirement Litigation Practice.

With more than 25 years of experience representing businesses nationally in connection with pre-litigation, litigation, and regulatory disputes, Gould counsels clients on class action and other lawsuits, administrative investigations and market conduct examinations, enforcement actions, and matters involving regulatory compliance. He represents financial institutions and insurers in complex litigation and class action lawsuits, including major market conduct class actions, commercial contract litigation, and consumer fraud cases.

“We are thrilled to welcome Jason back to Carlton Fields,” said Irma Reboso Solares, co-chair of Carlton Fields’ Life, Annuity, and Retirement Litigation Practice. “Jason is known by his clients as outcome-oriented. He has served as first-chair in nationwide class actions handling top insurance and financial services companies’ most sophisticated litigation matters. His deep experience will be invaluable to our clients, and will complement our litigation, regulatory, and class action practices.”

Gould has litigated in federal and state courts across the United States in matters involving unfair competition and deceptive trade practices claims, elder financial abuse related to life insurance and annuities, high-exposure punitive damages litigation, class actions involving sales to seniors, fixed and variable life insurance and annuity products, securities and consumer fraud, bad faith claims, and sales practices and post-sale administration of insurance and investment products.

Gould has extensive experience managing multidistrict litigation proceedings, as well as parallel civil and regulatory proceedings. He also advises clients on regulatory compliance matters, litigation and regulatory risks, and litigation avoidance issues.

“I am very happy to be rejoining my Carlton Fields colleagues,” said Gould. “The firm pairs a collaborative culture with a world-class litigation practice. I’m excited to be back.”

Gould earned his J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center and his B.A., magna cum laude, from Georgetown University.


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