Biography

Jason Lomax has extensive experience building effective compliance programs for large, multi-national companies, which includes creating industry-leading codes of conduct, developing and delivering innovative learning and communications, implementing layered monitoring systems to manage risks, and forging strong compliance cultures that demonstrably influence employee behavior. 

In addition to his experience implementing compliance programs, Jason has advised clients on regulatory matters, especially related to anti-bribery, antitrust and trade risks. He has conducted risk assessments and due diligence on mergers and acquisitions in dozens of countries around the world. Jason has also led hundreds of internal investigations and helped clients respond to government investigations.

Representation

Led global ethics and compliance program for publicly traded, $10 billion company with 26,000 employees in 50+ countries and served as principal counsel in connection with government investigations, litigation, and arbitration.

Managed internal investigations and remedial measures for 500+ matters annually, which included developing comprehensive best practices to ensure thorough, fair and efficient investigations.

Secured antitrust approval for $2 billion acquisition of client’s largest competitor.

Managed top-performing team of 16 professionals responsible for implementing and directing global compliance programs organization-wide and responding to queries from senior management on complex antitrust and anti-corruption concerns.

Education

Boston College Law School – J.D., magna cum laude, 1996
Boston College – B.A., magna cum laude, 1992

Bar Admissions

Washington, DC
Massachusetts
New York