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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…

13 Aug, 2021

Court of Appeal Limits Retroactive Application of PEPRA and Grants Retiree Rare Victory


In a pension rights case with major implications, on August 10th, the First District Court of Appeal issued a decision for the retiree in Nowicki v. Contra Costa County Employees’ Retirement Association (Case No. A160337). In a surprising but welcome result, the Court overruled the retirement system’s attempt to reduce the retiree’s pension benefit retroactively … continue reading

09 Aug, 2021

The Labor Beat | August 2021 | Vol. 34 No. 2


We are deep into the lazy days of summer, but work has heated up for those of us at Messing Adam & Jasmine LLP along with the rising temperatures. In this issue we report on two important recent decisions that involve the privacy rights of members, one of which was a win for the MAJ … continue reading

06 Aug, 2021

Lassen County Judge Halts Closure of Prison in Susanville


A plan by the Newsom administration and the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) to close the California Correctional Center (CCC) in Susanville was dealt a setback this week when a Lassen County judge issued a Temporary Restraining Order halting the closure. The order was based on the State’s failure to comply with the … continue reading