Since graduating Loyola Law School in 2007, Jarred has been driven to become a skilled litigator and advocate for his clients and has successfully represented both Plaintiffs and Defendants in a wide variety of matters in courts across California. Since moving from Los Angeles to Sacramento in 2011, however, Jarred has focused his practice on what he is most passionate about - representing employers in all stages of employment litigation.
Over the past several years, Jarred successfully handled four wage and hour trials achieving three judgments well below the plaintiffs’ final settlement offers and one complete defense judgment. Jarred has also successfully handled wage and hour class-actions, California and Federal prevailing wage matters, discrimination, harassment, and retaliation cases, as well as cases before the California Labor Commissioner, U.S. Department of Labor, Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board, and the California Employment Development Department. As a member of Labor and Employment Group, Jarred continues to use his extensive knowledge, experience and resolve to zealously defend the clients of The Saqui Law Group to help them achieve their goals and prosper.
When not at work, Jarred enjoys golfing, playing softball, and spending time with his wife and two young children.
• Juris Doctor; Loyola Law School, Los Angeles; 2007
• Bachelor of Arts, Psychology and Political Science, University of California, Los Angeles; 2003
• State Bar of California (2007-present)
• California Supreme Court Rules that an Allegation that the Winning Bidder on Public Works Contract Failed to Pay the Appropriate Prevailing Wage is Insufficient to Support the Second Place Bidders’ Cause of Action for Intentional Interference with Prospective Economic Advantage, Blog, 2017.
- Employers Will Soon be Required to Provide Notice to Employees of Their Employment Rights in the Event They are Victims of Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, or Stalking, Blog, 2017.
- “All Gender” Bathroom Bill to Take Effect March 1, 2017, Blog, 2017.
- Two Bills Expand the Equal Pay Act, Blog, 2017.
- Employers May No Longer Inquire about or Utilize an Applicant’s Juvenile Convictions in Making Their Hiring Decisions, Blog, 2017.
- Public Works Contractors Are Now Required To Pay Apprentices Prevailing Wage For Pre-employment Testing, Training, And Examinations, Blog, 2017.