Jason Saruya defends companies in a wide range of litigation fields and has extensive experience in complex commercial litigation matters in both federal and state courts. He has assisted on cases involving intellectual property, trade secrets, shareholder disputes, business torts, breach of contract, securities fraud, international trade, and employment issues. 

Jason is skilled in all phases of litigation, including jury and non-jury trials, injunction proceedings, depositions, and drafting various court submissions, including dispositive motions. Jason’s clients include Fortune 100 companies in the insurance, banking and pharmaceutical arenas, as well as closely held and small businesses. He collaborates closely with clients, taking time to comprehend their individual needs and goals to deliver strategies to aid them in achieving success.

During his career, Jason has led product liability cases that involved complex multidistrict litigation and statewide coordination proceedings.

Jason grew up in Philadelphia and embraces everything about the City of Brotherly Love, from its sports teams to its cultural scene to its designation as the country’s first World Heritage City.

Representative Matters

  • Successfully obtained dismissal of Fortune 10 pharmaceutical company from multidistrict litigation (MDL) and statewide coordination proceeding (MCL).
  • Represented restaurant proprietor in a shareholder dispute.
  • Represented defense contractor in trade secret dispute and breach of commercial contract
  • Obtained a favorable judgment in a breach of non-competition agreement against four former employees from a large crane rental company.
  • Obtained a favorable resolution for a Fortune 500 steel manufacturer in a workplace discrimination dispute.
  • Secured a favorable result in a securities fraud claim against an assisted living facility.
  • Successfully obtained injunctions on behalf of financial companies, and defended against injunctions in injunction proceedings.


  • “Legal and Ethical Considerations for Utilizing Social Media”, The Legal Intelligencer
  • “Navigating the Pandemic: Tips for Young Lawyers on the Rise.”, The Legal Intelligencer