Jack Begley is an Associate in the Los Angeles office of Liebert Cassidy Whitmore. Jack is experienced in labor and employment matters, including wage and hour law and the Fair Employment and Housing Act. He has handled varied phases of litigation, including the drafting of pleadings, motions, mediation briefs, meet and confer letters, discovery requests and research memoranda. Jack also has experience defending client depositions, conferring with clients on case status and discovery responses, and he is a keen legal researcher.
Prior to his time at LCW, Jack worked for a Los Angeles-area law firm focused on plaintiff’s employment law. There, he managed 80 cases and drafted several successful motions, including a published decision by the Honorable Dolly Gee in Fradkin v. Wunderlich-Malec Eng’g Inc., No. CV 19-6492-DMG (SKX), 2019 WL 7940670, (C.D. Cal. Nov. 5, 2019). While in law school, Jack served as a clerk in the Economic Stability Work Group of Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles, where he assisted former students of for-profit educational institutions that had been shuttered for defrauding students. Prior to law school, Jack served as a law clerk at two prominent personal injury law firms in northern California.