Jason Marlin concentrates his practice on complex business litigation, including energy-related disputes, eminent domain proceedings, and financial services cases.
Jason works with energy companies, both large and small, in finding ways to resolve their disputes. He has represented clients in matters involving royalty claims; working interest owner disputes; lease and title disputes; and surface damages claims. In addition, Jason is a popular speaker on the effect of the Texas legislation regulating the oil and gas industries at the state level.
In the eminent domain context, Jason has represented both the condemnee and the condemnor. He has experience in representing clients who need advice and counsel when private property is taken for public use. Jason has represented Fortune 500 companies—including restaurant and hotel chains, individual investors, developers, property owners, and a regional tollway authority.
In his financial services practice, Jason litigates cases arising under the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA), the Truth in Lending Act (TILA), the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), and cases involving mortgage fraud. Jason also represents a national grocery store chain in landlord-tenant disputes, including construction claims and enforcement of restrictive covenants.