Former United States attorney and Colorado deputy attorney general. Seasoned counselor and litigator for clients facing federal and state AG investigations, regulatory matters and internal investigations. Recognized political law advisor to corporations and nonprofits on campaign finance, election and ballot initiative law.
Throughout his time as United States attorney, deputy attorney general of Colorado and years of private practice, Jason Dunn has handled some of the highest-profile government-related cases in Colorado. As the top federal law enforcement official in the state, Jason led an office of 200 attorneys and staff prosecuting high-profile criminal and civil matters on behalf of the U.S. He and his team brought numerous actions under the False Claims Act (FCA), anti-kickback statutes and various civil and criminal fraud provisions and statutes. He also helped lead the Department of Justice’s Procurement Collusion Strike Force and served on the Attorney General’s Advisory Committees for Cybercrime & Intellectual Property and Terrorism & National Security. This experience gives him unique insight into the trial tactics and decision-making process at the highest levels of government investigations and litigation.
At the state level, Jason co-chairs the firm’s State Attorneys General practice group and leverages his close relationships with attorneys general and their senior staff from across the country to help corporations avoid or navigate the complexities of state AG investigations and litigation. His experience with state AGs covers consumer lending, antitrust, healthcare, airlines and consumer products. Jason is frequently asked to speak to trade associations and legal groups about his insight of state AGs and how they conduct investigations and make decisions.
Jason also regularly advises clients on federal and state campaign finance law, election law and ballot initiative law.