Jason C. Spang is an associate in the Construction Practice Group of Pepper Hamilton LLP, resident in the Philadelphia office. Mr. Spang focuses his practice on construction-related matters.
Mr. Spang has assisted in:
Mr. Spang was a summer associate with Pepper in 2006, and joined the firm as an associate in 2007.
- representing an EPC contractor in arbitration with a major equipment supplier related to the construction of an electric generating station
- representing an owner in arbitration with a prime contractor in a dispute involving a cost reimbursable construction contract on a process plant project
- representing a major equipment supplier in litigation with a general contractor on a large infrastructure project
- defending a general contractor in litigation with a subcontractor on a public works project
- representing a manufacturer in litigation with building owners throughout the country related to exterior building materials
- counseling an engineering firm on delay and damage issues related to an urban infrastructure project
- defending against consumer fraud and false claims suits brought by a State Attorney General
- defending a pharmaceutical company against personal injury and wrongful death product liability claims in multidistrict litigation, including taking depositions, discovery motions and dispositive motions
- preparing responses to a Congressional inquiry related to a pharmaceutical company’s marketing practices
- counseling a component-part manufacturer on personal injury and wrongful death liability when the component was installed in a defective assembly
- a government investigation into the promotional activities of a pharmaceutical company.
Mr. Spang is a frequent contributor to Pepper’s Constructlaw blog and has co-authored a chapter on “Commonly Used Construction Contracts and Forms” in Pennsylvania Construction Law: Getting Started, Getting Covered, Getting Paid, published by PBI Press (2014). Prior to receiving his law degree, Mr. Spang held various roles in the construction industry, working for a general contractor, a construction manager and for a consulting firm. He holds a professional engineering license in the State of New Jersey and is a U.S. Green Building Council LEED® Accredited Professional.
Mr. Spang is admitted to practice in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, as well as before the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.