Jason Browning focuses his practice on sports law providing counsel to Major League Baseball players and player agents on all aspects of baseball. As a certified expert agent advisor with the Major League Baseball Players Association, he advises clients on player salaries and negotiations with the Clubs, and represents players through the salary arbitration process. He has a breadth of knowledge of the Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) between the MLBPA and the 30 member Clubs of Major League Baseball. Jason is the subject of the book, Pinstripe Defection: A Small Town Attorney’s Battle with the New York Yankees that chronicled the grievance he brought against a Major League Club that revealed the workings of signing international players. In addition, he also serves as counsel for physicians, hospitals and medical clinics in medical negligence, professional and medical liability, as well as advising clients on HIPAA compliance, quality assurance, and risk management. He also engages in commercial litigation, complex products liability matters, medical equipment utilization concerns, and transportation (trucking) litigation.