Jason J Kelley is an Associate with Maiello, Brungo & Maiello, LLP and is a member of its Corporate Law, Employment Law, Real Estate, and Litigation Practice Groups. His analysis and insight on the most challenging legal issues are precise and thorough.

Mr. Kelley assists business owners and shareholders with business formation, compliance, growth, transfer, and conflict resolution issues. Having been a business operations professional for many years, Mr. Kelley possesses a unique perspective where he is able to provide effective legal counsel that also takes into account the daily realities that businesses encounter. He is able to anticipate and successfully counsel in the areas of contracts and corporate governance and has significant experience advising entities on business operations and transactions. He is also skilled in business dispute litigation, approaching most problems with an eye towards litigation avoidance.

Mr. Kelley applies his expertise in employment law helping employers resolve issues involving wages, workplace safety, hiring and firing practices, discrimination, and wrongful termination. He works with clients to develop sound HR policies and procedures and to ensure that they are compliant in both state and federal laws. He is ever-vigilant on the changes in the regulatory environment and helps his clients effectively deal with its ever-shifting requirements.

For MBM’s real estate clients, Mr. Kelley handles “real property” transactions. Mr. Kelley consistently provides high quality and cost-effective legal services throughout the lifecycle of his clients’ real estate projects and developments. Additionally, he counsels clients on construction, financing, environmental, zoning, taxation, and title insurance issues associated with land use and development.

Mr. Kelley received his JD, summa cum laude, from Duquesne University School of Law, while working full-time. He is admitted to practice in all Pennsylvania state courts as well as the United States District Courts for the Western District of Pennsylvania and the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.

Mr. Kelley is an Adjunct Professor at Duquesne University, teaching Real Estate Law and Legal Writing and Analysis, since 2012. He is currently earning his Masters in Organizational Leadership at Johns Hopkins University, during which time he has worked with international and Fortune 500 companies, providing business consulting and change management services.