Jason Drouyor joined the firm as an Associate Attorney in 2018. His work includes assisting clients with collections for unpaid freight charges and cargo damage claims under the Carmack Amendment. He also reviews shipper-broker and broker-carrier agreements to manage the client’s risk and liability exposure.
Prior to joining the firm, Jason worked for a large international shipping firm for three years. He also interned at the Environmental Protection Agency, Federal Highway Administration, and the Supreme Court of Georgia. Jason draws on these practical experiences in tackling the unique legal issues that face his clients. His transportation background gives him an in-depth understanding of nuances in the transportation and logistics industry, which significantly benefits his clients.
To provide the highest level of client service, Jason maintains an open line of communication with every client. He always responds to client inquiries and questions in a timely manner. He also keeps clients apprised of progress on matters continuously and focuses on resolving issues in an expeditious, cost-effective manner.
Jason lives in Atlanta with his wife Faye, who also is a lawyer, and their dog Squishy (a Pomeranian). Jason and Faye are foodies who constantly sample new restaurant offerings in Metro Atlanta. They travel extensively, both locally and abroad. Savannah and Helen are their two favorite places to visit in Georgia. They travel to Beijing, China, to visit Faye’s family at least once a year.
“International Transportation Law,” The Year in Review, ABA Section on International Law, 53 ABA/SIL YIR (n.s.) (2019) (committee editor).
“Joint Development Agreements: The Case on Bypassing Sovereignty in favor of Cooperation in the South China Sea,” The International Lawyer, ABA Section on International Law (2019) (contributing author).
“Is China’s Belt and Road Initiative a Threat or Benefit to Asia Development? Steps to Facilitate Effective Development,” Section of International Law 2019 Annual Conference, Washington D.C., April 11, 2019 (panelist).
“International Transportation Law,” The Year in Review, ABA Section on International Law, 52 ABA/SIL YIR (n.s.) 297 (2018) (committee editor).
“Recent Developments in Admiralty and Maritime Law,” Tort, Trial & Insurance Practice Law Journal, American Bar Association, 52-3 Tort Trial & Ins. Prac. L.J. (2018) (Contributing Author).
“International Transportation Law,” The Year in Review, ABA Section on International Law, 51 ABA/SIL YIR (n.s.) 337 (2017) (contributing author).