Florida Rising Star, Business Litigation
Complex business litigation calls for a lawyer with problem solving experience. In both his private practice and his pro bono work, Jason Sternberg focuses first and foremost on creative solutions.
Jason helps clients resolve complex domestic and international business disputes through litigation and arbitration. Clients turn to him for complex commercial matters, including breach of contract and tortious interference claims; patent, trademark, and copyright litigation; real estate, banking, and construction litigation; securities and corporate governance disputes; and products liability matters. Jason has also authored several successful appellate briefs to various courts, including the United States Courts of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit.
Jason maintains an active pro bono practice. He has devoted more than 100 hours to pro bono legal services in each of the last two years and has won awards and recognition for his service on behalf of pro bono clients.
Previously, Jason served as a law clerk to the Honorable Daniel T.K. Hurley, U.S. District Judge for the Southern District of Florida, and as an associate at an international law firm based in Miami.
While in law school, Jason served as administrative editor of the Georgetown International Environmental Law Review. Jason also participated in Georgetown's Criminal Justice Clinic, in which he advocated for defendants in misdemeanor cases and parolees in parole revocation hearings.