Jason Silverman focuses his practice on government investigations, export controls, white collar criminal defense, and litigation under the False Claims Act.

He has represented companies and individuals in connection with investigations by agencies of the Departments of Justice, Defense, Commerce and State; the Securities and Exchange Commission; and grand juries. Mr. Silverman has also represented clients in civil matters arising under the False Claims Act relating to cost charging, compliance with federal information security requirements, and other Federal contracts compliance issues.

He worked on the legal teams representing the court-appointed bankruptcy Examiner in the bankruptcy cases of Washington Mutual, REFCO, and DBSI, a real estate investment company. He is experienced in conducting internal investigations of potential violations relating to ITAR, EAR, OFAC, and FCPA and has represented clients in numerous voluntary disclosure matters arising under the ITAR and EAR, including classified matters. 

His public interest activities include serving as a member of the Volunteer Leadership Committee of the Washington Humane Society and representing individuals pro bono in criminal matters in DC Superior Court.

Mr. Silverman is a graduate of Northwestern University School of Law.