Jason M. Yarbrough is a partner and member of the firm’s Construction Law, Creditors’ Rights & Bankruptcy, Energy, Utilities & Mineral Rights, Litigation, and Real Estate & Lending groups. He has represents corporate entities, officers, individuals, and family-owned businesses in state and federal courts, state agencies, and arbitrations on a variety of complex commercial, construction, and real estate litigation matters.
In his construction practice, Mr. Yarbrough represents owners, developers, contractors, architects, and engineers in disputes arising out of both public and private construction projects. He has litigated claims in state and federal courts – against state agencies before the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Board of Claims and against the federal government before the U.S. Federal Court of Claims; he has litigated claims involving the following: defects, delays, disruption, breach of contract and warranty, prompt payment, and mechanics’ lien claims.
Mr. Yarbrough also frequently represents apartment buildings, brokers, commercial property managers, developers, franchisees, hotels, individuals, lenders, non-profit corporations, property owners, REITs, shopping centers and universities in commercial landlord tenant actions, foreclosures, mineral right disputes, property tax assessment appeals and exemption proceedings, and land use and title disputes.
- Allegheny County Bar Association Construction Section Council, 2010-2018
- Pennsylvania Bar Association, Member
- Allegheny County Bar Association, Member
- Allegheny County Real Property Section Member