Jason A. Orr


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Jason Orr is a member of the Consumer Class Action and Litigation groups. He handles complex and class-action litigation for industry leaders in the automotive, consumer electronics, and technology fields. Jason has wide experience in federal and state courts, including in multidistrict proceedings.



Bar Admissions

  • California

Court Admissions

  • US District Court, Central District of California
  • US Court of Appeals, Federal, Ninth, and Sixth Circuits


  • Harvard University, J.D.: cum laude; Supervising Editor, Harvard Law Review
  • College of William and Mary, B.A., Philosophy: summa cum laude

Professional Activities


  • Automated Vehicles in 2019: Predictions and Suggestions,” Law360 (January 18, 2019)
  • “2 States, 2 Visions for Driverless Vehicle Regulation,” Law360 (2017)
  • “Look ahead to autonomous vehicle law in 2017,” Los Angeles Business Journal (2017)
  • “California Revises Draft Autonomous Vehicle Regulations,” Law360 (2016)
  • “Don’t Leave that Driverless Taxi Unattended: Navigating the Federal and State Regulatory Gridlock that Could Curb the Driverless Taxi Fleet,” Bloomberg BNA Product Safety & Liability Reporter (2016)
  • “A State-by-State Guide to Driverless Car Regulations,” Law360 (2016)


  • “And Now the Law: Product Liability, Cybersecurity, Privacy, Ethics, Insurance, and Regulatory Compliance,” Autonomous Vehicle Safety Regulation World Congress (October 2017)
  • Secured dismissal of a putative nationwide class action against a leading automaker.
  • Successfully opposed the creation of an industry-wide MDL proceeding related to consumer fraud claims against industry-leading consumer electronics companies.
  • Defended high-value class action settlement against class member’s intervention, objection, and appeal.
  • Defended automated technology start-up in a regulatory investigation of its software.
  • Advised automated vehicle company on various issues, including autonomous vehicle test permits in California.