Jason Mirabella

Senior Litigator

Jason is a litigator with 16 years of experience in primarily business tort and contract law related to real estate. Jason is a strategic thinker with an instinct for finding practical solutions, and where possible avoids “scorched-earth” tactics that only benefit the lawyers and churn billable hours. Jason has years of courtroom experience both in jury and bench trials and has argued over a hundred motions in court. His experience in litigation runs the gamut from commercial landlord-tenant cases to business and commercial torts and personal injury and products liability.

Practice Areas

  • Eminent Domain
  • Personal Injury and Wrongful Death

Admitted to Practice

  • All Superior Courts and State Courts of record, 2003


  • University of Georgia School of Journalism and Mass Communication, ABJ, 1998, Dean’s List, Hope Grant Recipient, Southwestern Book Company
  • University of Georgia School of Law, JD, 2003, Top Third of the Class, International Journal of Law

Professional or Trade Affiliations

  • State Bar of Georgia
  • Leadership Gwinnett Alumnus

Representative Experience

  • Wrongful Death Private Settlement – Obtained favorable settlement against a local municipal police department for an illegal police chase that resulted in multiple fatalities.
  • Complex Business Transaction Private Settlement – Case involved complex transaction of eight branded gas stations, with concurrent exclusive petroleum product distribution contracts. The opposing party ultimately closed on only four of the stations, and breached the distribution agreements. Obtained a favorable private settlement at mediation, wherein the earnest money from the four remaining gas stations was forfeited to my client, and damages were agreed to for the breach of contract on the distribution contracts. The case involved over a million bates-stamped documents.
  • Britt v. Morris – Successfully obtained summary judgment in favor of a landowner whose title to property was challenged by a tenant who failed to successfully execute an option to purchase. The case went up to the Court of Appeals, where the landowner also prevailed on appeal.

Community Involvement

  • Leadership Gwinnett Alumnus