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Welcome to Messing Adam & Jasmine

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Messing Adam & Jasmine LLP started in 2015 with the objective of pushing the boundaries of what it means to be “strong and knowledgeable representation.”  Our team is comprised of the finest expert attorneys in their respective fields and were hand chosen to build our firm.

Collectively, our firm has decades of experience helping clients overcome their legal challenges. We encourage you to look around and explore our services and should you have any questions at all regarding our business, practice areas, or anything else, please feel free to reach out to us.

News & Recent Developments…

23 Apr, 2019

The Labor Beat | April 2019 | Vol. 32 No. 1

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The April 2019 issue of The Labor Beat is now available. Don’t miss this issue for important updates on litigation and legislation that drastically change the labor landscape. We also share some recent labor wins. And introduce new members of team MAJ. These stories – and what else is happening close to home and across … continue reading

04 Mar, 2019

Air Time is Not a Constitutionally Protected Pension Benefit

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Today, the California Supreme Court issued its long-awaited decision in CAL FIRE, Local 2881 v. CalPERS. The decision is 48 pages in length and offers much for further analysis. The main takeaways, for now, however, are: • The Court ruled against Local 2881, finding that “the opportunity to purchase [additional retirement service credit] was not … continue reading

16 Jan, 2019

General Right to “Be Free From Excessive Force” Not Specific Enough to Defeat Qualified Immunity

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The United States Supreme Court issued a per curiam opinion on January 7, 2019, in City of Escondido v. Emmons, reiterating that denial of qualified immunity to a police officer in an excessive force case must be based on violation of a clearly established right that is defined with specificity. It is well-established that qualified … continue reading