Jason H. Long
Ph: (865) 637-0203 (ext. 217)
Fx: (865) 637-4850
Areas of Practice:
- Business Litigation
- Civil Trial Practice
- Government and Private Payor Reimbursement Claims Defense
- Healthcare Compliance, Regulatory Matters, HIPAA, Peer Review, and Managed Care
- Health Law
- Medical Malpractice Defense
- Nursing Home and Long Term Care Defense
, B.A. 1993
University of Tennessee, J.D. 1996
Jason Long was born in Knoxville, Tennessee. He is a graduate of Emory University and the University of Tennessee College of Law. In law school, he served as chair of the Moot Court Board, was a two-year member of the National Moot Court Team, and was a recipient of the McClung Medal for Excellence in Advocacy. He has served as President of the Tennessee Bar Association Young Lawyers Division, as well as the Knoxville Barristers. He is is a current member of the KBA Board of Governors and the East Tennessee Governor for the Tennessee Bar Association. Additionally, he has served as a delegate to the American Bar Association Young Lawyers Assembly. He is a graduate of the Tennessee Bar Association Leadership Law Academy and, in 2008, was presented the Greater Knoxville Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 award. For the past 3 years he has been named by City View magazine as one of Knoxville’s top attorneys in the area of medical malpractice.
Mr. Long was the recipient of the East Tennessee Legal Aid Society Pro Bono Partner Award in 2008 for his commitment to access to justice and also received a special citation from the Tennessee Bar Association President in that year for his efforts in the Access to Justice Initiative. He is a graduate of the 2010 NITA Trial Academy in Washington, D.C. Mr. Long has, for the past 10 years, taught legal writing and appellate advocacy at the University of Tennessee College of Law to first year students.
The focus of Mr. Long’s practice is medical malpractice defense, long-term care, general civil litigation, healthcare regulatory compliance, and appellate practice. He chairs the firm’s Civil Trial Practice.