Areas of Practice
  • Business Litigation

  • Real Estate Litigation

  • Personal Injury/Insurance Bad Faith

  • Appeals

Jason grew up in Colorado, attended college at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio where he was a Division I swimmer all four years, and then went to Catholic University of America Law School in Washington, D.C. where he graduated Magna Cum Laude and was selected to be the student commencement speaker. Jason Wesoky is a top-notch trial attorney with more than 17 years’ experience handling a wide range of litigation matters. He focuses on business, real estate, personal injury, and insurance bad-faith litigation and has conducted more than 30 jury trials, bench trials, and arbitrations. His trials have involved multi-million-dollar contract disputes, large personal injury suits, employment discrimination, and business and real estate disputes.

Jason also has a robust appellate practice. Jason clerked for the Honorable Timothy M. Tymkvoich of the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit and has been a member of the Tenth Circuit’s Criminal Justice Act panel for more than a decade. He has argued in front of the Tenth Circuit and the Colorado Court of Appeals nearly a dozen times and has several published cases including Protocols v. Leavitt, et al., 549 F. 3d 1294 (10th Cir. 2008) and successfully petitioned the U.S. Supreme Court for a writ of certiorari in Kittredge v. U.S. Jason is a member of the Colorado Trial Lawyers Association’s Amicus Committee where he has drafted and filed numerous amicus curaie briefs on behalf of CTLA, including an amicus brief in the United States Supreme Court in Clemens v. Colorado.

Jason focuses on his clients’ best interests in helping them resolve complex problems or getting just compensation for wrongs committed against them. As a trial lawyer, Jason knows the risks, stresses, and strategies of trial. He strives to help his clients by avoiding litigation when possible. He knows litigation is never easy, but sometimes necessary, so he is not afraid to go to trial. Jason enjoys the practice of law and considers it a profession, not just a business. He is married and has two young children and spends his free time doing TaeKwonDo, skiing, golfing, and playing with his kids.

Professional Affiliations & Admissions

  • Admitted in Colorado (2002) and Maryland (2001)

  • Catholic University Law Review, 1999 – 2001

  • Colorado Trial Lawyers Association, 2011 – present.


Appellate Opinions

  • Protocols v. Leavitt, et al., 549 F. 3d 1294 (10th Cir. 2008)

  • U.S. v. Kittredge, 533 U.S. 1029 (2008)

  • Bethurum v. Zavaras, 352 Fed. Appx. 260 (10th Cir. 2009)

  • Morales-Guevara v. Koren, 2014 COA 89 (Colo. App. 2014)


Notable Publications and Articles

  • Featured: “Silent Approval,” Law Week Colorado, 2017

  • Featured: “Being Real,” Trial Talk, 2015

  • Author: “Jurors Asking Questions - Verbal vs. Written,” The Colorado Lawyer, 2012

  • Author: “To Bill or Not to Bill (by Hour),” The Colorado Lawyer, 2010

  • Author: “The Future of Big Law Firms,” The Colorado Lawyer, 2011

  • Author: “Proposals for a More Effective Bar Exam,” The Colorado Lawyer, 2009


  • SuperLawyer 2018

  • SuperLawyers Rising Star 2013-2016

  • Winner of Vernon X. Miller Scholarship, 2000 - 2001