Michael Jaeger represents clients in complex cases in the areas of business litigation, labor and employment, product liability, and sports and entertainment. Michael has litigated numerous matters in state and federal court and in arbitrations involving breach of contract, consumer and wage & hour class actions, civil RICO, construction defect, TCPA, franchising, employment discrimination and wrongful termination, and collective bargaining.
Michael also specializes in emerging areas of law at the intersection of technology and commerce. He litigates on behalf of and provides counseling to clients regarding best practices for online terms and conditions, specifically with regard to arbitration provisions, class action waivers and auto-renewal programs. He also has experience in privacy and cybersecurity law, particularly as to the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), about which he has presented at conferences and provided extensive guidance to clients. He has also written and presented on risk management and liability issues related to autonomous vehicles.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Michael Jaeger