Senior Litigation Attorney
Vice-President, Government Relations
"Gary and Jim trained me to be a legal troubleshooter and I have enjoyed all phases of my legal career with A&C for more than a decade. From the courtroom, to boards and commissions, I move our clients forward. My experience representing municipalities also opened up a whole new area of legal services to our clients."
— Jason DeLoach
B.A. University of Maryland, Criminal Justice and Criminology, 1993
J. D. University of Baltimore School of Law, cum laude, 1997
Court of Appeals of Maryland
United States District Court for the District of Maryland
Court of Appeals of the District of Columbia
Auto Accidents, Administrative Law, Civil Litigation, Criminal Law, Traffic Violations, DUI/
DWI, HOA Representation, Alcoholic Beverage Licensing and Compliance, Municipal
Representation, Estate Administration, Wills, Durable Powers of Attorney and Advance
Directives, Administrative Appeals, Insurance Disputes, Commercial and Residential Leases
AV® Preeminent™ Peer Review Rated by Martindale-Hubbell® for legal ability and ethical standards
2011 - 2019 Maryland Super Lawyer – Administrative Law, Top 100
2010 Maryland Rising Star
Mediator, District Court of Maryland, Alternative Dispute Resolution Program
Member, Trial Courts Judicial Nominating Commission for District 13 – Prince George’s County (2019-2023)
Chairman, Prince George's County Chamber of Commerce (2017-2018)
Treasurer, Prince George's County Chamber of Commerce (2015-2016)
Secretary, Prince George's County Chamber of Commerce (2014-2015)
Board Member, Prince George's County Bar Association (2013-Present)
Board of Governors, Maryland State Bar Association (2017-Present)
Executive Committee, Maryland State Bar Association (2018-Present)
Treasurer, Maryland Municipal Attorney's Association (2012-Present)
Chairman, Prince George's County Bar Association Fee and Dispute Conciliation Program
Co-Chairman, Prince George's County Bar Association Golf Committee
Member, Maryland State Bar Association (1997-Present)
Member, Prince George's County Bar Association (1997-Present)
Member, Maryland Association for Justice
Member, Maryland Trial Lawyer's Association
Member, Maryland Municipal Attorneys Association
Member, J. Franklin Bourne Bar Association
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 law where he routinely practices before Liquor Boards and other administrative 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 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 advise client and prepares wills, durable general powers of attorney, and advance directives. Jason also handles the administration of decedent's estates, both large and small.
Jason has considerable experience representing health care providers before disciplinary boards and other administrative agencies. Jason has negotiated and drafted several commercial leases on behalf of his business clients. In addition, Jason handles criminal and serious traffic matters.
Jason also has an extensive municipal law practice and currently serves as the Town/City Attorney for the following municipalities: Brentwood, Fairmount Heights, Greenbelt, 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, and charter amendments.
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 routinely gives legal presentations to churches, conventions, and schools.