As a shareholder in the firm, Mason has extensive experience representing individuals and companies in litigation and complex corporate investigations. Mason is a member of the Corporate & Special Investigations team facilitating internal examinations and objective guidance for companies of all sizes on managing and limiting exposure.
Combining his skills as a trial attorney with business and regulatory knowledge, Mason has an understanding of the evidentiary issues necessary for his commercial, insurance, and family litigation practice areas and to advise on risk mitigation strategies.
During his time at Fowler White Burnett, Mason has excelled in litigating and defending claims of product liability, wrongful death, and corporate misconduct against individuals, small businesses, and Fortune 500 corporations. Licensed in both state and federal court, Mason draws upon his unique background and investigative skills to provide an efficient approach tailored to his client's goals.
Mason has also represented hundreds of individuals in complex dissolution and paternity litigation in his family law practice, including negotiating and litigating financial and support issues, whether arising under pre and postnuptial agreements, equitable distribution, alimony, or partnership agreements. Mason has already on his own successfully litigated numerous family law and domestic violence trials (including injunctions against dating, stalking, cyberstalking, sexual and repeat violence). Due to client privacy, Mason does not publish the names of his current or former clients. They are generally high net-worth individuals from all backgrounds including artists, business owners, and professional athletes.
While in law school, Mason served as the research and writing editor for the University of Miami International and Comparative Law Review. Mason also gained invaluable insight in prosecutorial tactics when he previously worked with the Connecticut State’s Attorney felony division in law school, as well as the Brooklyn District Attorney’s Early Case Assessment Bureau while studying at St. John's University in New York City.
Professional Associations and Memberships
- Broward County Bar Association
- The Florida Bar, Family Law Section
- Author, "Zooming Through Remote Depositions Before and After COVID-19," Daily Business Review, May 2020
- Co-Author, "Family Law Client Alert: COVID-19, Co-Parenting, and Your Florida Family Court Case," Fowler White Burnett Client Alert, April 2020
- Author, "Cyber Stalking: What You Need to Know Before Hitting Send," Daily Business Review Practice Focus/Cybersecurity, September 19, 2019.