Jason M. Kreth
Jason M. Kreth is a Director who represents individuals and both privately-held and public companies in a wide range of litigation matters with an emphasis on assisting clients in the banking industry. Jason’s banking litigation experience includes complex commercial foreclosures, privacy act considerations, bankruptcy, residential foreclosures and lender liability litigation. Jason’s law practice also includes representation of clients in real property, employment discrimination, contracts, construction, torts and product liability litigation.
Jason is a frequent speaker regarding foreclosure matters, evictions, bankruptcy and ethical issues. During his time at Vanderbilt University Law School, he received scholastic excellence awards in Antitrust and Cyberspace Law. He was also an associate editor on the Vanderbilt Law Review.
Born in Shawnee Mission, Kansas, he currently resides in Edmond, Oklahoma.
- Oklahoma State University (B.S., 2003)
- Vanderbilt University Law School (J.D., 2006)
- 2006, Oklahoma
- 2006, U.S. District Court, Western District of Oklahoma
- Oklahoma Bar Association
- Represented banks and lenders in various types of litigation including foreclosures, Truth in Lending Act claims, quiet title actions, lender liability claims, bankruptcies and collection actions
- Represented automobile dealerships in multiple forms of litigation including both consumer and commercial litigation as both plaintiff and defendant
- Represented creditors in various complex bankruptcy matters including Chapter 7, Chapter 11, Chapter 12 and Chapter 13 actions
- Represented escrow companies in bringing interpleader actions and litigating surrounding claims
- Represented multiple homeowners in disputes with developer on contract and tort claims
- Represented insurance companies in defense of fraud claims
- Representation of banks and other financial institutions in a wide range of contested litigation matters
- Representation of clients in a wide array of real property disputes, ranging from forcible entry and detainer actions to quiet title matters and disputes between residents and their property owners’ associations