Disciplined in Sophisticated Defense and Insurance Litigation

Jason O. Lowe is a Senior Associate working in the Tampa office of Butler. His practice is focused on Property Subrogation and Recovery, including construction defect litigation, products liability, and material failures.  He has handled cases that ranged from larger scale industrial events to homeowner losses.  In the course of his practice, Jason has handled cases throughout Florida, as well as Arkansas, Arizona, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Maryland, Oklahoma, Ohio, Tennessee, and Texas. 

Jason earned his Doctor of Jurisprudence, cum laude, in 2003 from Stetson University College of Law.  Prior to attending law school, Jason earned both undergraduate and graduate degrees in criminal justice from Troy University.

Before joining Butler in 2012, Jason’s practice was focused in the areas of commercial litigation and construction disputes.

Admissions

  • Florida

Education

  • Troy University
    Bachelor's of Science
  • Troy University
    Master's of Science
  • Stetson University College of Law
    Doctor of Jurispudence

Memberships

  • American Heart Association (AHA)
  • Hillsborough County Bar Association (HCBA)
  • Kidney Cancer Association (KCA)
  • The Florida Bar

Courts

  • Florida Courts (Northern, Middle and Southern Districts)
  • United States Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals
July 07, 2015 PUBLICATIONImposition of Duty to Those with Easily Accessible and/or Specialized Knowledge

In denying AutoNation’s motion and finding that a duty existed, the Court reasoned that AutoNation's status as a General Motors dealer gave it easily accessible and specialized knowledge about the truck recall via the electronic VIN check.  The Court explained that the “the decision to impose a legal duty is a multifaceted issue requiring courts to balance a number of factors,” including risk and utility.  

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Blog Posts

September 19, 2017 BLOG POSTInadvertent Disclosure of Privileged Documents? Some Suggested Steps after the Initial Panic!

In the event of an inadvertent disclosure of documents (electronic or otherwise), an attorney is ethically obligated to promptly notify the sender of the attorney’s receipt of the documents. It is then up to the sender to take any further action.  

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August 29, 2017 BLOG POSTThe Common Interest Doctrine: Maintaining Confidentiality

While confidentiality is usually destroyed when communications between an attorney and client take place in the presence of a third party or when work product is shared with others, those communications can remain protected if the common interest doctrine applies.

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Key Points
Practice Area CASE TYPE
  • Catastrophic Loss
  • Catastrophic Recovery Coordination
  • Construction Defect Litigation
  • Coverage - First Party Automobile
  • Explosions
  • Fire Spread Litigation
  • Manufacturer Liability
  • Material Failures
  • Multi-District Litigation
  • Products Liability
  • Products Liability - Automobile
  • Products Liability - Consumer Products (All Types)
  • Products Liability - Equipment Losses
  • Products Liability - Pipe Failures
  • Subrogation