A business litigator with substantial experience in cases involving a high degree of financial complexity, Jason Fulton focuses his practice on challenging commercial litigation and arbitration matters in Texas and throughout the U.S. He has guided clients through corporate-mismanagement litigation covering a number of multifaceted issues, including disputes between owners, shareholder oppression claims by minority owners, key executive and shareholder departures, and breach of fiduciary claims against officers and directors.
Jason also represents plaintiffs and defendants in significant private lending and investment disputes involving fraud, misrepresentation, Ponzi schemes and other deceitful activities. In addition, software installers and software as a service (SaaS) providers rely on Jason to protect their business interests in disputes involving breach of contract claims for nonpayment of usage fees and unauthorized use of software applications.
Many of Jason’s cases involve complex document production obligations with thousands of physical and electronically-stored documents scattered across the country. He advises clients on all nuances of the E-Discovery process, including designing an efficient system for collecting and reviewing potentially responsive documents, ensuring compliance with all legal, ethical and privacy requirements, and protecting sensitive information covered by the attorney-client privilege and work product doctrine.
Jason brings on-the-ground industry experience in sophisticated financial matters to his litigation practice. Before law school, he worked on the options floor of the Philadelphia and San Francisco stock exchanges and in commercial paper for a major issuer, which gave him unique insight on securities, derivatives products and debt instruments.