Jason Waldstein has assisted a broad range of clients, including a Fortune 100 company, but he has focused his practice on assisting closely-held companies. His experience with these entities has been equally broad, as he has counseled in areas ranging from drafting, negotiating and reviewing agreements to developing and implementing policies and procedures.
Prior to joining Schenck Price, Jason worked in-house at two global manufacturing companies. He provided the companies with day-to-day legal advice, focusing on procurement, sales, IT, real estate and other operational matters, while also offering consultative support regarding areas such as preserving the companies’ business flexibility and reducing the companies’ financial and litigation risk. Jason also was an associate at a mid-size northern New Jersey law firm. His practice at the firm focused on advising on school construction matters and counseling on real property acquisitions for open space purposes, including the related land use and environmental issues.
As part of the Firm’s Corporate Practice Group, Jason assists businesses, with a focus on general business counseling, structuring entities, business governance and transactions. Additionally, he assists business in acquiring, developing, leasing, repositioning, managing, financing and disposing of real estate.
Jason has volunteered his time as a youth soccer, basketball and baseball coach.
- Included on the list of Morris/Essex Health & Life magazine's 2019 "Top Lawyers" in Business Law
- Contributing author, September 2017 Legal Updates for Businesses
- Board of Directors, Family Partners of Morris and Sussex Counties
- Member, Township of Mount Olive Economic Development Committee