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Jason J.
Herron

Partner

Mr. Herron represents business entities, financial institutions, municipalities, school districts, and private individuals and entities in a wide variety of commercial transactions and financial matters.

Let's Talk
460 Norristown Road, Suite 110
Blue Bell, PA 19422
Email: jherron@wispearl.com
Assistant
Kellie Waites
Phone: 610-825-8400
Fax: 610-828-4887
Direct Dial: 610-834-3471

Jason Herron is a Partner with Wisler Pearlstine and is a member of the firm’s Business, Corporate, and Tax and Real Estate, Zoning, and Land Development practice groups. He acts as a Practice Group Coordinator for the firm’s Real Estate practice group, Assistant Director of the firm’s General Counsel Initiative, and is a former member of the firm’s Executive Committee.

Mr. Herron acts as outside general counsel to various closely held business entities, assisting with their daily legal and business advisory needs. He also represents financial institutions, municipalities, school districts, and private individuals and entities in a wide variety of commercial transactions and financial matters. Mr. Herron focuses his practice on the negotiation and documentation of commercial real estate acquisitions, dispositions, and leases, and the representation of lenders and borrowers in various types of commercial financing transactions, including: construction loans, lines of credit, real estate and asset-secured loans, loan participations, and bond issues. He also has substantial experience in the areas of business structuring and formation, contract law, zoning and land use, municipal law, real estate tax assessment appeals, and condominium and community association law.

Mr. Herron graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Finance from St. Joseph’s University and received his juris doctorate from Temple University.

Representative Matters
  • Represented home building company in purchase of a 170 lot residential subdivision and closing of $30 million dollar acquisition, development, and construction loan facility.
  • Represented borrower in the closing of a $150 million refinancing of fourteen residential apartment complexes.
  • Represented lead bank in closing of $8.5 million dollar “take-out” financing for retail center and negotiation of participation agreement with participating bank.
  • Represented landlord in negotiation of multi-million dollar ground lease with national drug store chain.
  • Represented lead bank in closing of $12 million acquisition, development, and construction financing for residential subdivision and negotiation of participation agreement with participating bank.
  • Represented medical device manufacturing company in the simultaneous acquisition of two new facilities, one for use as its headquarters, and one for its manufacturing operations.
  • Represented township client in the negotiation and documentation of a complex, long-term public/private partnership that resulted in the restoration of a township facility and the creation of a new and significant revenue stream for the township.
Previous Employment
  • Judicial Law Clerk to Judge Stephen J. McEwen, Jr., Superior Court of Pennsylvania
  • Counsel to Pennsylvania Industrial Development Authority and Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development, Pennsylvania Governor’s Office of General Counsel
Personal Interests
  • Mr. Herron resides in East Vincent Township, Chester County with his wife, two daughters, and two dogs. When not practicing law, he enjoys skiing, hiking, mountain biking, and annoying his family with his guitar playing.
Bar Admissions

Pennsylvania

United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania

Education

Temple University School of Law (J.D. 2000)

Saint Joseph’s University (B.S. 1997)

Professional and Civic Memberships

East Vincent Township Planning Commission

  • Chairman (2010 – 2014)
  • Member (2003 – 2014)

Montgomery Bar Association’s Business, Banking and Corporate Counsel Committee

  • Co-Chair (2014)
  • Vice Chair (2013)

Montgomery Bar Association

Pennsylvania Bar Association

Chester County Economic Development Council

Business Advisory Group Member

Montgomery County Development Corporation

  • Co-Chair, Municipal Services Task Force
  • Membership Committee and Commercial Real Estate Group Member

Community Service Foundation

  • Board Member
  • Treasurer

Buxmont Academy

  • Treasurer

Youth Sports Coach

  • Coventry Little League
  • Coventry Youth Basketball
  • Coventry Youth Soccer

 

Jason J.
Herron

Partner

Mr. Herron represents business entities, financial institutions, municipalities, school districts, and private individuals and entities in a wide variety of commercial transactions and financial matters.

Let's Talk
460 Norristown Road, Suite 110
Blue Bell, PA 19422
Email: jherron@wispearl.com
Assistant
Kellie Waites
Phone: 610-825-8400
Fax: 610-828-4887
Direct Dial: 610-834-3471

Jason Herron is a Partner with Wisler Pearlstine and is a member of the firm’s Business, Corporate, and Tax and Real Estate, Zoning, and Land Development practice groups. He acts as a Practice Group Coordinator for the firm’s Real Estate practice group, Assistant Director of the firm’s General Counsel Initiative, and is a former member of the firm’s Executive Committee.

Mr. Herron acts as outside general counsel to various closely held business entities, assisting with their daily legal and business advisory needs. He also represents financial institutions, municipalities, school districts, and private individuals and entities in a wide variety of commercial transactions and financial matters. Mr. Herron focuses his practice on the negotiation and documentation of commercial real estate acquisitions, dispositions, and leases, and the representation of lenders and borrowers in various types of commercial financing transactions, including: construction loans, lines of credit, real estate and asset-secured loans, loan participations, and bond issues. He also has substantial experience in the areas of business structuring and formation, contract law, zoning and land use, municipal law, real estate tax assessment appeals, and condominium and community association law.

Mr. Herron graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Finance from St. Joseph’s University and received his juris doctorate from Temple University.

Representative Matters
  • Represented home building company in purchase of a 170 lot residential subdivision and closing of $30 million dollar acquisition, development, and construction loan facility.
  • Represented borrower in the closing of a $150 million refinancing of fourteen residential apartment complexes.
  • Represented lead bank in closing of $8.5 million dollar “take-out” financing for retail center and negotiation of participation agreement with participating bank.
  • Represented landlord in negotiation of multi-million dollar ground lease with national drug store chain.
  • Represented lead bank in closing of $12 million acquisition, development, and construction financing for residential subdivision and negotiation of participation agreement with participating bank.
  • Represented medical device manufacturing company in the simultaneous acquisition of two new facilities, one for use as its headquarters, and one for its manufacturing operations.
  • Represented township client in the negotiation and documentation of a complex, long-term public/private partnership that resulted in the restoration of a township facility and the creation of a new and significant revenue stream for the township.
Previous Employment
  • Judicial Law Clerk to Judge Stephen J. McEwen, Jr., Superior Court of Pennsylvania
  • Counsel to Pennsylvania Industrial Development Authority and Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development, Pennsylvania Governor’s Office of General Counsel
Personal Interests
  • Mr. Herron resides in East Vincent Township, Chester County with his wife, two daughters, and two dogs. When not practicing law, he enjoys skiing, hiking, mountain biking, and annoying his family with his guitar playing.