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Jason B. Bloom Joins Baker Donelson's Business Litigation Group

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Baker Donelson has expanded its Business Litigation Group with the addition of Jason B. Bloom as of counsel in the Firm's Fort Lauderdale office.

Mr. Bloom, who focuses his legal practice on the hospitality and transportation industries, has extensive experience representing clients in matters involving commercial litigation, outside general counsel, contract negotiations, complex torts and insurance disputes. He handles matters involving complex commercial litigation such as dynamic problem solving, business disputes, breach of contract, and risk and liability identification and mitigation. He also assists clients with complex tort matters involving personal injury and premises liability.

Mr. Bloom serves as outside general counsel for several clients and helps companies develop internal policies to minimize risk. He also frequently handles portfolios of litigation work for corporate entities, one of which involves representing a major hotel brand in business litigation matters and another that involves defending a statewide train carrier from liability claims.

For more than a decade Mr. Bloom has represented several major insurance carriers in bad faith and first/third-party benefits claims. He has independently managed dozens of bodily injury and uninsured motorist claims, including an extensive motion practice, as well as conducting and defending depositions and alternative dispute resolutions.

A graduate of the University of Miami School of Law, Mr. Bloom began his career representing criminal defendants in Broward County, Florida in misdemeanor and felony divisions. Thereafter, he worked in a high-volume creditors' rights practice handling hundreds of debt collection cases through all phases of litigation. Mr. Bloom is a member of the Claims & Litigation Management Alliance (CLM), the Defense Research Institute (DRI), and the Insurance Law Committee.

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