Jason A. DeLoach joined Alexander & Cleaver in 1995 when he was a law student and joined the firm as an attorney in 1997. Jason has extensive litigation experience in State and Federal Courts. In addition to his litigation experience trying civil, commercial, and auto accident cases, Jason has extensive experience in administrative/regulatory law where he routinely practices before Liquor Boards and other administrative/regulatory agencies in Maryland. He currently represents one of the nation’s largest chain drug stores in complex alcoholic beverage licensing and compliance, pharmacy compliance, and other administrative and legal proceedings throughout Maryland. Jason has extensive experience in regulatory matter, and has been voted by his peers as a Super Lawyer in the area of administrative law for the past 9 years. Jason has also handled complicated administrative appeals on issues involving alcoholic beverages, unemployment insurance tax, sales and use tax, and insurance issues.
Jason also heads the firm’s Wills and Estates Practice Group. In this capacity, he advises clients on wills, durable powers of attorney, and advance directives. Jason also handles the administration of decedent’s estates, large and small.
Jason has considerable experience representing health care providers before disciplinary boards and other administrative agencies. Jason negotiates and drafts commercial leases on behalf of his business clients. In addition, Jason has handled criminal and serious traffic matters.
Jason also has an extensive municipal law practice and currently serves as Town/City Attorney for the following municipalities: Brentwood, Fairmount Heights, New Carrollton, and Seat Pleasant. In representing municipalities since 2003, he has handled, among other things, labor and employment matters, election issues, litigation, contract matters, police issues, and has drafted numerous ordinances, resolutions charter amendment, and contracts.
In addition to practicing law, Jason is in leadership positions on several boards and associations, serves as a volunteer mediator for the District Court of Prince George’s County, and has been a presenter several times before churches, conventions, bar associations, and schools.
Jason and his wife, Cathleen, are the happy parents of twins, Jalyn and Jaden.