Jason Caron is a Partner in the firm’s New England office. He has broad expertise in the areas of commercial and residential real estate, complex civil litigation and bankruptcy. He has represented commercial landlords, developers, and tenants in numerous real estate transactions, including commercial leasing, conveyancing, zoning and permitting. Among numerous other matters, his work has included representation of a professional football franchise in securing zoning and permitting for construction of a new stadium. Mr. Caron has also represented a wide range of clients in lawsuits, arbitrations, mediations and administrative hearings, including claims based on unfair business practices, creditors’ rights, duties of corporate insiders, products liability, commercial lease disputes, intellectual property and employment litigation. In the bankruptcy field, he has represented secured and unsecured creditors, creditors’ committees and debtors in workouts and all forms of insolvency proceedings.
Mr. Caron earned his Juris Doctor degree from Georgetown University Law Center and his bachelor’s degree from Bowdoin College. He is admitted to practice law in state and federal courts in Massachusetts and is a member of the Massachusetts Bar Association. His extensive involvement in the community includes work for the Massachusetts Citizens’ Schools program,
various pro bono legal organizations, and Whitney Academy, a non-profit school for abused and developmentally-challenged boys.
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Caron served as in-house counsel for Cummings Properties, a large Massachusetts real estate management company. As a member of the firm’s growing real estate practice group, Mr. Caron currently focuses his practice on commercial acquisitions, development, management and leasing.
The firm has a substantial and growing real estate practice focused on commercial acquisitions, development, management and leasing.
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