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Ben Jakovljevic, ESQ.


Ben has broad experience practicing employment law and business litigation across a variety of industries. He defends employers of all sizes in wage and hour, discrimination, harassment, hostile work environment, trade secrets, and whistleblower and retaliation matters, in both California courts and before government agencies.  Ben also provides day-to-day counseling to employers on best employment practices, the drafting of employee handbooks and separation agreements, engagement of early-stage dispute resolution, and other issues pertaining to human resources relations.

Prior to joining the Firm, Ben practiced at boutique law firms in the Los Angeles area.  He earned a J.D. and Business Law Certificate from the University of Southern California Gould School of Law, and a B.A. in Philosophy from University of California Irvine.

Professional Experience
ADLI Law Group, P.C., Los Angeles, CA | Associate Attorney & Senior Counsel 2017 - 2022
Obagi Law Group, P.C., Hollywood, CA | Attorney 2016 - 2017
Graham Vaage LLP, Glendale, CA | Attorney 2015


University of Southern California Gould School of Law | Juris Doctor, Business Law Certificate 2014
University of California Irvine | Bachelor of Arts, Philosophy 2009

State of California
United States District Court - Central District of California
United States Court of Appeals - Ninth Circuit

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