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Jason Doss has represented investors in NASD and FINRA arbitrations for approximately sixteen (16) years.  The Doss Firm, LLC, established by Jason Doss in January 2009, is a successful law firm primarily devoted to representing aggrieved consumers across the United States against financial services companies for mismanaging investments and engaging in financial fraud. The attorneys of the firm have represented almost 1000 clients and have a combined 45 years of experience representing individual retail investors, institutional investors, and businesses in financial fraud litigation, securities arbitrations, and collective and class actions. Since its inception, The Doss Firm has recovered tens of millions of dollars for investors and consumers.

In 2018, Jason Doss was selected by a federal court to serve as one of twelve attorneys in the country to lead the Equifax Data Breach case on behalf of all consumers and small businesses. The case is currently pending in the United States District Court, Northern District of Georgia.

Jason Doss was primarily responsible for originating a nationwide consumer class action consisting of approximately 420,000 policyholders in equity-indexed annuities against Allianz Life Insurance Company, Linda L. Mooney et. al. v. Allianz Life Insurance Company of North America, 06-cv-545, United States District Court of Minnesota. His former law firm Page Perry, LLC was co-lead counsel with two other firms.

Jason Doss has co-authored two books, Doss, J. and Frankowski, R., A Practitioner’s Guide To Securities Arbitration (2013), American Bar Association (225 pages) and Armstrong, F. and Doss, J., The Retirement Challenge: Will You Sink or Swim? (Jan. 2009), FT Press, Prentice Hall Publishing (266 pages).  A Practitioner’s Guide To Securities Arbitration is used by law schools and practitioners across the country as a resource to help navigate the FINRA arbitration process. The Retirement Challenge: Will You Sink or Swim? is in bookstores across the country and is designed to help consumers avoid the pitfalls of investing and avoid becoming a victim of financial fraud.

Jason Doss is a past-President of the Public Investor Arbitration Bar Association (PIABA), a bar association of attorneys that represent investors in FINRA arbitrations. He also founded The PIABA Foundation, a Foundation devoted to preventing investment abuse, and currently serves as its President. In addition, Jason Doss helped create the Investor Advocacy Clinic at Georgia State University College of Law, a law clinic that represents investors pro bono in FINRA arbitration with investment losses too small for them to hire a private attorney.

Over the last ten years, Jason Doss has been quoted many times by major publications and news organizations about topics involving financial fraud including USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Reuters, The Associated Press, Bloomberg, AARP Magazine, The Street, and The Atlanta Journal Constitution.