Jasmine Dos Santos


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Contact Information
Email: jasmine@cjattorneys.com
Telephone: (949) 222-2008
Facsimile: (949) 222-2012

Jasmine Dos Santos is an associate at Carlson & Jayakumar LLP where she practices all aspects of employment law, healthcare law, and business litigation.  Her practice has focused on representing and counseling employers regarding the hiring process, wrongful termination, discrimination, sexual harassment, disability accommodations, privacy in the workplace, and wage and hour issues.  She also represents licensed healthcare professionals and professional corporations in private health insurance audits and investigations.  Prior to joining Carlson & Jayakumar, Jasmine represented national employers, major retailers, health plans, international pharmaceutical companies and various organizations facing a wide variety of legal issues in federal and state courts, including antitrust and unfair competition, breach of contract, construction defect, copyright infringement, defamation, fraud, insurance coverage, wrongful termination, and unfair business practices.  Jasmine received her J.D. from the University of Southern California where she served as executive articles editor for the Southern California Law Review,  interned for Justice Laurie D. Zelon of the California Court of Appeal (2nd Dist.), and worked with Public Counsel and the National Immigration Law Center.

 

Education:
Chapman University, B.A., summa cum laude
University of Southern California Law Center, J.D.

Admitted to Practice in:
All California State Courts
United States District Court for the Central District of California
Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals

Professional:
Associate, Carlson & Jayakumar LLP, November 2013 – Present
Associate, Crowell & Moring LLP, October 2009 – November 2013

Professional and Trade Organizations and Activities:
Orange County Hispanic Bar Association, Board of Directors

Publications:
“A Lesson in Hard Cases Making Bad Law: Insurers Acting as ERISA Fiduciaries May Be Required to Disclose Certain Attorney-Client Communications When Litigating Against Plan Beneficiaries,” Journal of Compensation and Benefits (Thomson-Reuters, January 2013). Co-Authors: Damian Capozzola and Jasmine Velazquez.