In his construction practice, Jackson advises general contractors, subcontractors, sureties, owners, and other construction industry entities in navigating complex commercial disputes that arise during projects. He regularly prosecutes and defends claims involving mechanic’s liens, bond claims, Miller Act claims, and arbitration disputes, among others. Jackson represents clients in multiple jurisdictions and numerous fora including state and federal court, federal administrative proceedings, and alternative dispute resolution.
As a member of the firm’s Commercial Litigation Group, he helps clients develop solutions for their business disputes. Jackson represents clients in every stage of litigation, including motion practice, discovery, pre-trial preparation and trial practice, and appeals.
Before joining Cohen Seglias, Jackson practiced commercial litigation at various firms in the metropolitan DC area and clerked for the District of Columbia Superior Court under The Honorable Judge Judith N. Macaluso on the Civil II Trial Calendar. While in law school, he was the managing editor of the Duke Journal of Comparative and International Laws.
Jackson has also authored a law review article, “Bill of Attainder: ‘Old Wine in New Bottles'” (36 N.C. Cent. L. Rev. 278), for the North Carolina Central Law Review.