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Jason Dennis

LYNN PINKER HURST & SCHWEGMANN | Dallas, Texas, United States

A lawyer since 2000


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2100 Ross Avenue, Suite 2700, Dallas, Texas, United States 75201
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Jason Dennis is a creative problem solver in and out of the courtroom. Although some surveys estimate that 99 percent of cases settle, Jason regularly takes multi-million dollar cases to trial. His innovative legal strategies—paired with decades of courtroom experience—have helped resolve complex cases in commercial and business litigation, intellectual property, insurance, securities, real estate, energy litigation, construction, and more. Jason has successfully litigated against a foreign country, handled trade secret disputes, and represented bankruptcy trustees in recovering fraudulent transfers against former directors and officers.

After attending Davidson College as a Kelley Scholar and Bank of America Scholar, Jason concurrently enrolled at the University of South Carolina’s School of Law and Moore School of Business. In 2000, Jason graduated Order of the Coif, cum laude, and Order of the Barristers from the School of Law, and graduated from the Moore School of Business with an International Masters in Business Administration. As part of his program, Jason spent six months working for a law firm in Buenos Aires.

Jason began his legal career by clerking for the Honorable Henry Coke Morgan, Jr., in the Eastern District of Virginia. After focusing on trial skills, Jason went on to clerk for the Honorable Eugene E. Siler, Jr., of the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit where he worked on more than 50 appeals before the Sixth and Eleventh Circuits and observed more than 100 oral arguments.

Jason began his private practice in 2002 with the international law firm of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom in their Washington, D.C. office. He spent two years working on white-collar criminal cases, SEC enforcement litigation, class action litigation, and general civil litigation. In 2004, he moved to Dallas and joined LPHS, where he has focused on complex business litigation and taking cases to trial as an associate and partner.

In addition to being named a Master Trial Advocate by the National Institute of Trial Advocacy, Jason has also been recognized by Texas Monthly as a Rising Star from 2008-2014 and a Super Lawyer from 2015-2021.

But his biggest points of pride are his two children Maren and Ean, and his wife Sarah.


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