Although Jason spends a majority of his time as the Managing Director of Galloway, he still maintains an active law practice based in New Orleans and Houston that focuses primarily on litigation and arbitration related to all aspects of maritime and international law. He concentrates in the representation of owners, charterers, operators, P&I clubs and other marine insurers in all types of marine casualty losses and contract disputes, including collisions, cargo claims, charter party disputes, regulatory and environmental matters, and personal injuries. He serves as national counsel to several clients with ongoing international interests, advising them not only on arbitration and litigation matters, but also on transactional matters related to business organization, operation, formation, and acquisition, as well as sales, supply, service, and carriage arrangements.
Jason is a Proctor in the Maritime Law Association of the United States, a member of the Southeastern Admiralty Law Institute, a member of the Louisiana Association of Defense counsel, and a member of the Mariner’s Club for the Port of New Orleans and the Propeller Club for the Port of New Orleans.
Jason is an associate professor of law at Tulane University School of Law and he serves on the board of advisors of the Loyola University School of Law’s Maritime Law Journal.