Jared is a member of the firm’s litigation group. He has more than ten years’ experience as an attorney, and during that time he has secured favorable outcomes for his clients in numerous trial and appellate courts throughout the country, including the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals and the California Supreme Court.
Shortly after graduating from law school, Jared completed clerkships for two federal court judges. As a law clerk Jared worked on cases involving a wide variety of legal subject-matter, including consumer class actions, bankruptcy, intellectual property, complex business disputes, constitutional claims, labor and employment matters, and criminal proceedings.
Before joining Cable Huston in 2022, Jared worked as an attorney in private practice in California. He has substantial experience with complex litigation in state and federal courts and various arbitration forums. He has advocated for his clients in cases involving breach of contract claims, shareholder derivative claims, employment law disputes, partnership disputes, and allegations of unfair business practices. He has represented individual and corporate clients from many diverse industries, including technology, financial services, energy, and insurance.
Jared is a native Oregonian, having been born and raised in Central Oregon. When he is not working, he enjoys reading fiction, playing golf, and spending time in the outdoors.
Obtained full defense decision in arbitration proceedings involving allegations of professional negligence against family law attorney arising from underlying marriage dissolution case.
Successfully moved to dismiss appeal filed in the Ninth Circuit on the basis that the order appealed from was not an appealable order and the appeal was therefore premature.
Secured summary judgment for bicycle component part manufacturer in case alleging product defects.
Utilized California’s anti-SLAPP statute to secure order dismissing lawsuit filed against client-attorney. Also recovered attorney’s fees.
Successfully moved to dismiss case filed in federal court in Maryland against California corporate client based on lack of personal jurisdiction.