Clark Hill Attorney Jason Saruya Published in The Legal Intelligencer
Jason Saruya, Associate in the Litigation group, recently published an article in The Legal Intelligencer titled, “Navigating the Pandemic: Tips for Young Lawyers on the Rise.”
In this article, Saruya outlines how to fill the inevitable voids that the pandemic has brought; young lawyers can use this time to map out their careers, make connections, and improve their brands by updating their bios and LinkedIn profiles.
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Saruya is an associate in the Litigation group. He assists with every aspect of litigation from investigation, pleadings, discovery practice, and even participating in three trials in both state and federal court. Saruya advises and defends businesses in litigation involving products liability, labor and employment, intellectual property, business torts, customs and trade issues, and complex commercial contract disputes.
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