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Welcome to Messing Adam & Jasmine


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…

07 Aug, 2018

The Labor Beat | August 2018 | Vol. 31 No. 1


The next issue of Messing Adam & Jasmine LLP’s The Labor Beat has hit the streets. Please see inside for updates on the recent Supreme Court decision in Janus v. AFSCME affecting the rights of unions to collect fair share fees, also some big wins for our clients, news from MAJ, and other stories. Read … continue reading

02 Aug, 2018

Big Win for San Diego Unions Against Former Mayor’s 2012 Pension Initiative


California Supreme Court Reiterates Deference Due to PERB Decisions in Labor Matters and Rejects Ruse By Former Mayor to Evade Meet-and-Confer Responsibilities Today, in Boling v. PERB the California Supreme Court issued a unanimous decision favoring the challenge by public employee unions to a 2012 pension measure in San Diego. The basic facts are that … continue reading

26 Jul, 2018

All Time Under Employer’s Control is Compensable Under California Law


Today, in its decision in Troester v. Starbucks, the California Supreme Court gave another big win to employees. It reaffirmed that California law is significantly more protective of employees than federal law. The Court held that – contrary to federal law, which makes allowance for de minimis exceptions to its wage and hour laws – … continue reading