Jason C. Jowers is the Vice Chair of the Corporate and Commercial Litigation Group at Morris James. Jason's practice focuses on corporate, alternative entity, and commercial litigation. He primarily represents members and managers of LLCs, officers and directors of corporations, and companies in high-stakes litigation in the Delaware Court of Chancery, Delaware Superior Court, Delaware Supreme Court, and United States District Court for the District of Delaware. Additionally, Jason handles arbitrations governed by the AAA Commercial Arbitration Rules, including cases governed by the Procedures for Large, Complex Commercial Disputes. He has led litigation teams in disputes involving mergers and acquisitions, corporate and LLC control issues, judicial dissolution, and complex commercial arrangements.
In 2016, Jason was appointed by the Superior Court to serve as a member of Complex Commercial Litigation Division Advisory Committee. Additionally, Jason is active in the Business Law Section of the American Bar Association. He formerly served as the Chair of the Partnerships and Alternative Entities Sub-Committee of the Business and Corporate Litigation Committee. Jason also regularly authors articles relating to alternative entity litigation and corporate litigation issues, including for the “Delaware Insider” section of Business Law Today.
In addition to his business litigation practice, Jason also regularly handles pro bono cases before the United States District Court for the District of Delaware as a member of the Federal Civil Panel.
- Disputes between managers and members of Delaware limited liability companies
- Fiduciary duties of officers and directors of corporations and members and managers of alternative entities
- Inspection of books and records of Delaware companies
- Judicial dissolution of LLCs
- Material adverse effect and material adverse change clauses
- Complex contract disputes
- Director and officer liability insurance coverage claims
- Trade secret misappropriation
- Covenants not to compete
- Anti-suit injunctions