Consistency – in his communication with clients, in his preparation for every case, and in his ability to craft effective litigation strategies – is the characteristic that distinguishes Jason Jung as a successful trial attorney. Jason has handled a diverse range of matters, achieving positive results for his clients in court, in mediation and settlement negotiations, and through working directly with opposing counsel.
Jason’s practice focuses on large, complex, multi-party commercial and residential construction litigation, primarily representing general contractors. Jason also represents subcontractors and design professionals to shift liability to other trades and parties. His success in this complex area of the law has earned him the distinction of being chosen for inclusion on the Texas Rising Stars list for four years in a row. This honor, given to no more than 2.5 percent of the lawyers in the state, is reserved for attorneys 40 years or younger or in the first 10 years of their practice who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement.
In addition to compiling an impressive record in construction litigation matters, Jason also represents oil field and saltwater injection contractors for property and personal injury damage claims, and has obtained defense verdicts in his clients’ favor on multi- million dollar claims.
A graduate of the University of Texas at Austin, Jason earned his law degree from Southern Methodist University. He is active in numerous professional organizations, including the Dallas Bar Association, the Dallas Association of Young Lawyers, the State Bar of Texas, DRI: Voice of the Defense Bar, the Texas Young Lawyers Association, and the Claims & Litigation Management Alliance. Jason is admitted to practice in all Texas state courts as well as the U.S. District Courts for the Northern, Western, and Southern Districts of Texas.
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