Jason D. Arnold is a 2007 James E.Beasley Temple University School of Law Graduate. Admitted to practice in Pennsylvania and to the U.S. District Court of the Middle District of Pennsylvania, he was an active member in the American Bar Association serving on committees in the Intellectual Property and the Science and Technology divisions. He is also a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association.
As an attorney, Mr. Arnold, while experienced in diverse areas of law such as product liability and construction law, focuses on certain areas of law in order to serve his clients better. He has worked on copyright infringment litigation, including assisting in writing a certiori petition for the United States Supreme Court. He was worked on trademark registration and infringment cases. His criminal law background includes cases adjudicated in Central Pennsylvania as well as the Criminal Justice Center in Philadelphia. He has helped families regarding divorces, custody, child support and adoptions. Additionally, he has worked on a variety of debt collection cases in Courts throughout the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
During law school, Mr. Arnold worked with the District Attorney's Office in Montgomery County, Pa. as well as the Volunteers for the Indigent Program and the Temple Small Business Center in Philadelphia. In addition, he contributed a chapter on legal issues to the book Second Life by Mario Gerosa.
Prior to law school, Mr. Arnold was involved with pharmacy operations, scientific research and veterinary medicine. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree from Oglethorpe University in 1995 and his Master of Science degree in 2000 from Shippensburg University.