About Jared M. Irmas, Esq.
As an employment attorney, Jared Irmas has successfully represented hundreds of employees and individuals in cases of wrongful termination, wage theft, whistleblower retaliation, discrimination, and sexual harassment. He has represented clients in trial, arbitration, and mediation.
"My prior attorney put me in a precarious situation. He had a high caseload and lacked the expertise to carry on my case. To my luck, I found Jared. If it weren't for Jared, I honestly would have lost my case. He is an exceptional attorney; genuine, honest, strategic, and brilliant."
"Jared developed a great plan of action and got me a great result. He was always available -- anytime. I always felt like I was in the best of hands."
Mr. Irmas received his law degree from USC Gould School of Law. He has received training from the National Institute for Trial Advocacy and Pepperdine University's intensive mediation skills program. Mr. Irmas is a seven-year member of the California Employment Lawyers Association.
Mr. Irmas previously worked as a speechwriter and communications aide to Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa. He also reported on crime and city politics as a newspaper reporter in New York City. He is a graduate of New York University.
"Jared is thoughtful, thorough, and strategic. He is responsive by both email and phone. I will recommend Jared to other friends in need."
* client testimonials do not constitute a guarantee, warranty, or prediction regarding the outcome of your legal matter.
ON YOUR CASE
I treat each of my clients like a partner -- not just another file on my desk.
I never take more than ten cases at a time. Each case is handled by me personally -- not staff.
Each client at IRMAS LAW has my personal cell number to call or text me directly.
I respond promptly to all of my clients' questions, concerns, and requests for updates and information.
LONG TERM STRATEGY
I treat each case as if it will eventually be tried in front of a jury.
I am a trial attorney and am ready to present your case to a jury. Settlement is never the only option.