Jason Dotts

Jason Dotts is a Senior Litigation Paralegal at Stoll Berne.  Jason supports the firm’s attorneys and clients through the entire litigation process, including conducting factual investigations and interviews, collection and management of electronic and documentary evidence, deposition and trial preparation, development of graphics and trial strategies, and presentation of evidence at trial.

Jason joined the firm in 2004 as a paralegal and worked as a contract attorney at Stoll Berne from mid-2006 through late 2007. He returned to a paralegal position in 2008 and works on various  complex litigation matters, including breach of contract, unfair competition, trade secrets, securities fraud, consumer law, and class actions.  Prior to moving to Portland, Jason's paralegal  experience included venture capital fund formation and litigation matters involving employment law, bankruptcy, product liability and insurance defense for corporate clients in San Francisco.

Jason enjoys spending his free time with his family at the coast, in the mountains, and everywhere in between. Throughout the year, you can find him running and cycling in and around Portland, backpacking in the Cascades, floating the Deschutes, and playing a little futsal and soccer. A dedicated bike commuter, Jason co-captains the firm’s Bike Commute Challenge team.

Contact Jason Dotts:

209 SW Oak St
Suite 500
Portland, Oregon 97204

Tel: (503) 227-1600
Fax: (503) 227-6840

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University of Florida Levin College of Law, J.D., 1996

Florida State University, B.A., 1991

Professional Experience: 

Stoll Berne, Senior Litigation Paralegal, 2004-2006, 2008-present; Contract Attorney, 2006-2007

Cooley, Venture Capital Fund Formation Paralegal, 2000-2001; Litigation Paralegal, 2002-2003

Professional Activities: 


  • Co-author, OSB CLE Damages 2007 Supplement, Chapter 18, "Securities Laws"
  • Co-author, OSB CLE Damages 2007 Supplement, Chapter 25, "Contracts for the Sale of Goods"