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Jason Wendell Blanchard

Jason Wendell Blanchard

also known as Jason W. Blanchard, Jason Blanchard

About me

Jason Blanchard concentrates his legal practice on a wide variety of civil litigation matters (lawsuits and disputes) which include employment, business, commercial, real estate, and personal injury cases.  He represents both individuals as well as business entities; specifically, Jason has represented both employers and employees in employment-related disputes, as well as plaintiffs and defendants in his business, commercial, and real estate litigation practice.


Jason also focuses a significant portion of his practice on appellate litigation and has taken numerous cases to the Supreme Court of Georgia, Georgia Court of Appeals, Georgia Department of Labor's Board of Review, as well as the Office of State Administrative Hearings.  His experience in this area includes preparing and filing briefs for appellants and appellees and arguing those cases before Georgia's appellate courts, preparing and filing Amicus Curiae or "friend of the Court" briefs for third-parties interested in the outcome of important appellate cases, briefing and arguing cases before the Office of State Administrative Hearings on behalf of employers related to the Georgia Department of Labor's imposition of fines and interest based on the Department of Labor’s determination that an individual should be classified as an employee instead of an independent contractor, as well as preparing and filing briefs with the Georgia Department of Labor on behalf of employers and employees involved in unemployment claim disputes. 


Jason's substantial appellate experience has resulted in numerous reported cases, including cases of first impression in Georgia and cases which have overturned Georgia law, some of which include the following: Steinichen v. Stancil, 284 Ga. 580 (2008); Byers v. McGuire Properties, Inc., 285 Ga. 530 (2009); Brock v. Yale Mortgage Corporation, 287 Ga. 849 (2010); Kenerly v. State, 311 Ga. App. 190 (2011); and Ghodrati v. Stearnes, 314 Ga. App. 321 (2012).    While in law school, Jason served as a summer law clerk to current Justice Hugh P. Thompson at the Supreme Court of Georgia.     


Prior to joining Tucker Long in 2012, Jason was an attorney for the largest law firm in metro Atlanta's Gwinnett County, where he served as a member of the Litigation Group since 2007.  Jason received his Juris Doctor degree, magna cum laude, from Mercer University, Walter F. George School of Law in 2007, where he was a member of the Brainerd Currie Honor Society.  He was a member of the Mercer Law Review during 2005-2006, as well as a member of the Moot Court Board during 2005-2007.  He was also a competitor in the Vale Corporate Law Moot Court Competition in Wilmington, Delaware, while at Mercer.


Jason received his Bachelor of Business Administration degree with a focus on accounting, cum laude, in 2001 from Augusta State University.  At Augusta State, Jason was inducted into the Phi Kappa Phi honor society.  Prior to attending Augusta State University, Jason attended Maryville College, in Maryville, Tennessee, where he was a member of the football team. 


Jason is also a Certified Public Accountant (CPA).  Prior to attending law school, Jason was employed by Cherry, Bekaert & Holland, a regional CPA firm, as a senior auditor where he performed audit and consulting services.  He also worked as an internal auditor with the Medical College of Georgia Health, Inc.


Jason was admitted to the practice of law in the State of Georgia in 2007, and is licensed to practice before the Supreme Court of Georgia, the Georgia Court of Appeals, the United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia, the United States District Court for the Southern District of Georgia, the Georgia Office of State Administrative Hearings, and the Georgia Department of Labor.  Mr. Blanchard is a member of the State Bar of Georgia, the American Bar Association, the Augusta Bar Association, and the American Association of Attorney-CPA's.


Jason grew up in Augusta and attended Curtis Baptist High School.


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Practice areas


  1. Litigation: 30%
    8 years
  2. Employment & Labor: 25%
    8 years
  3. Business: 25%
  4. Appeals: 10%
    8 years
  5. Personal Injury: 10%



Hourly ($200-275/hour), contingent (33-40%)

Payment types:

Cash, Check, Credit card

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  • Adam William King

    Jason is an excellent lawyer and a friend. He is highly regarded in the legal community and heavily involved with civic activities. I strongly recommend him.


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  • Nathan Edward Huff

    I endorse this lawyer. Jason is a highly skilled lawyer, in a variety of practice areas, and holds himself to the highest standards of professionalism.


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Contact info

Tucker Long, P.C.

453 Greene St.
Augusta, GA, 30901


GAActive Member in Good Standing 200711/07/2015
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
Avvo contributions
Legal answers
Award nameGrantorDate granted
Rising StarSuper Lawyers (Georgia)2015
Rising StarGeorgia Super Lawyers2014
Top 10 Young ProfessionalsAugusta Metro Chamber of Commerce / Augusta Magazine2014
Board Member of the Year - 2014Young Professionals of Augusta - YPA2014
CALI award for highest grade in Appellate Practice & ProcedureMercer University School of Law2007
Brainerd Currie Honor SocietyBrianerd Currie Honor Society2007
CALI award for highest grade in Employment LawMercer University School of Law2006
CALI Award for the higest grade in Securities Law.Mercer University School of Law2006
U.S. Supreme Court Historical Society Membership AwardMercer University School of Law2005
Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
AttorneyAndersen, Tate & Carr, PC2007 - 2012
Summer Law Clerk to Justice Hugh P. ThompsonGeorgia Supreme Court2006 - 2006
Summer AssociateHull, Towill, Norman, Barrett & Salley2005 - 2005
Internal Auditor / CPAMedical College of Georgia Health, Inc.2003 - 2004
Senior Auditor / CPACherry Bekaert & Holland2001 - 2003
Association namePosition nameDuration
Young Professionals of Augusta (YPA)President2015 - 2016
Young Professionals of Augusta (YPA)Board Member2013 - 2014
Augusta Bar AssociationN/A2012 - Present
Gwinnett County Bar AssociationN/A2007 - 2012
American Association of Attorney-Certified Public AccountantsN/A2007 - Present
American Bar AssociationN/A2007 - Present
State Bar of GeorgiaMember2007 - Present
South Carolina Association of CPA'sCPA/member2003 - Present
Legal cases
Case nameOutcome
Steinichen v. Stancil, 284 Ga. 580 (2008).Won at trial level and the decision was affirmed by Georgia Supreme Court.
Byers v. McGuire Properties, Inc., 285 Ga. 530 (2009).Interests of my client, who was not a party to this case, were protected on appeal.
Brock v. Yale Mortgage Corporation 287 Ga. 849 (2010)The trial court ruled against my client; I appealed and had the trial court's decision Reversed (we won on appeal).
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Publication nameTitleDate
Metro SpiritUnpaid Tips and Wages a Big Problem2015
Augusta MagazineTop 10 Young Professionals2014
Contributor to book written by Jay Foonberg (AAA-CPA)What Every Lawyer Needs to Know About Client Trust Accounts2012
Augusta ChronicleElections2012
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
Mercer University - Walter F. George School of LawLawJ.D. - Magna Cum Laude2007
Augusta State UniversityAccountingB.B.A. - Accounting - Cum Laude2001
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
September 2012 meeting of the Augusta Chapter of the Georgia Society of CPA'sProperly Classifying Workers: Update on the legal impact of classifying workers as independent contractors instead of employees.2012
Building Your Civil Trial SkillsHow to Handle Post-Trial Issues2012