Jason Powers is a commercial and business litigator who handles large-scale controversies between businesses, including disputes relating to joint ventures and the joint development of business opportunities. Energy related litigation, especially litigation concerning the financial side of the oil and gas industry, makes up a large part of his work. Jason also focuses on matters related to antitrust law and trade regulation, including class actions.
Jason’s practice often involves collaborating with economists and other experts to develop sophisticated market analyses or damages models on behalf of his clients. In addition to antitrust, he has extensive experience in securities disputes, business torts, and contracts cases spanning a variety of industries, such as energy, transportation, chemicals, retail, and technology.
Jason is the former Chairman of the Houston Bar Association Antitrust & Trade Regulation Section and served on the Editorial Board of The Antitrust Practitioner, the publication of the ABA Section of Antitrust Law Civil Practice & Procedure Committee. He is also on the Board of Directors of the Houston Urban Debate League, a nonprofit organization that champions interscholastic debate programs in inner-city schools.