Jason M. “Jay” Breneman, Esq.
Jay brings to the firm his independent legal practice focusing primarily in the fields of Criminal Defense and Family Law in Hanover county (where Jay serves as court-appointed counsel for indigent clients) and all courts in central Virginia and beyond. Jay’s civil practice has been serving clients since 2011 in small business and non-profit matters, personal injury, and Internet Law, which includes assisting clients in the protection and defense of Copyrights and Trademarks related to website and internet design. Through this practice, Jay also provides research and consulting services for extensive issues combining both legal procedure and technical aspects of online business interaction; especially Cybersquatting (including improper SEO tactics and IP infringement), drafting and negotiation of eCommerce contracts, Online Defamation defense, and other internet-related legal matters. He has facilitated the incorporation and launch of several 501(c) entities in Georgia and Virginia, and continues to serve several non-profits as both a legal consultant and a board member. He currently represents clients in other civil matters, including wrongful death, medical malpractice, pharmaceutical liability, estate and property matters, and serious personal injury.
When not busy working for his clients, Jay and his family are active in the local community. Jay, his wife Anne, and their three young children, Blaise, Anna Grace, and Everett, are quite at home here. The family is involved in youth sports and other activities, including the Ashland Little League, where Jay has served as a coach and as an official sponsor. You can often find them on family runs at Pole Green park, exercising together at the Patrick Henry YMCA, attending Restoration Church (where Jay and Anne are active in small groups and Jay plays percussion with the worship team), or otherwise enjoying the wide diversity of historical, cultural, and outdoor events and locations that the Richmond area has to offer.