Jason R. Himschoot


“The ability to utilize the law to uphold the rights guaranteed by our nation’s constitution is my way of helping to shape the contours of our society.”

Mr. Himschoot serves as trial and appellate counsel for all business, real estate, contract, construction defect, liens, community association and commercial litigation related cases. He reviews and analyzes all large-scale vendor contracts for community associations. He pursues and defends all covenant enforcement actions and election challenges and board recall disputes for community associations. Mr. Himschoot also analyzes and prepares declaration amendments and revisions to the governing documents, including rules and regulations, of community associations.

In addition, Mr. Himschoot handles all aspects of litigation from inception through trial and appeal, including advising clients on strategies to either avoid or head off litigation. Mr. Himschoot provides advice regarding corporate duties, responsibilities and board dynamics, as well as insurance, indemnity issues and general risk management practices and policies. Another aspect of his practice is attending board meetings and annual member meetings and providing advice on meeting and voting procedures and all other aspects of community association operation.

“My time as a state attorney at the beginning of my career provided an irreplaceable foundation of trial skills and everyday courtroom procedures. It’s where I gained invaluable insight into the inner workings of a courthouse—how dockets are run and how to work closely with judges, their judicial assistants and the clerk’s office to manage large volumes of cases on a day-to-day basis. This experience framed and developed my ability to address cases which are media sensitive and to protect my clients under those unique circumstances.”

Mr. Himschoot considers his greatest professional accomplishment to be a culmination of all of his trial victories, including the collection of all attorney’s fees and costs from opposing parties on multiple cases.

Nova Southeastern University J.D., 1999
• Law Review, Board Member, 1998, 1999

University of Central Florida, B.A., 1995
• Dean’s List six out of eight semesters

The Florida Bar, 1999
United States District Court, Middle District

Phi Alpha Delta Legal Honor Society

“When Does the Loser Pay”, Florida’s Offer of Judgment Laws, Nova Law Review, 1998

Early Learning Coalition of SWFL, Board of Directors
Royal Palm Realtor Association, Knowledge Services Committee and Curriculum Subcommittee
Finance Committee for Early Learning Coalition of Lee County, Member
Rotary South
Calusa Inns of Court
Fort Myers American Little League, Coach

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