JACKSON, Miss.—The Mississippi Business Journal honored Phelps partner Jason Marsh by naming him to its 2019 Leadership in Law class.
Honorees to the annual list are recognized as attorneys with legal success that solve problems using the utmost integrity, inspire and lead others, act as a role model and mentor, and are passionate about helping their clients, as well as, the wider community. The full 2019 class includes more than 30 attorneys.
Jason practices in the area of labor and employment law with an emphasis on representing public and private employers in defense of discrimination, retaliation, sexual harassment, hostile work environment and civil rights claims. He also handles EEOC charges and other administrative complaints through the administrative and judicial process.
Regularly called upon for his insight, Jason is a frequent speaker at the annual Mississippi Labor and Employment Law Conference and human resources workshops throughout the state.
In addition to his role at Phelps, Jason is active with the Madison County Business League as a member of the Government Relations Committee.
Jason joins a prestigious list of Phelps attorney in Mississippi who received the Leadership in Law honor, including LaToya Merritt (2018), Suzie Baker (2017), Greg Pirkle (2016), Jim Wyly III (2015), Frank Trapp (2014), Todd Butler (2013), James O’Mara (2012) and Fred Banks Jr. (2010).
Phelps is a full-service law firm of 300 attorneys. Phelps combines valuable traditions and progressive ideas to foster a culture of collaboration among lawyers in our offices in Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Florida, North Carolina, as well as in London, England. Our six core practice groups – admiralty, business, health care, insurance and reinsurance, labor and employment, and litigation – work together to offer clients a progressive and diverse practice and partnership that handles a broad range of sophisticated business needs regionally, nationally, and internationally.