WTJ’s 2023 retreat is in the books! Our firm spent the weekend in Monterey, CA, for a time of bonding with our team and their families. We enjoyed team-building activities such as a scavenger hunt, a catamaran cruise, and golfing. There was also a beach bonfire that included delicious s’mores. We truly value our incredible team members and look forward to our next firm event.
We are pleased to announce Jacob Sarabian as our newest Partner at WTJ. Jacob joined WTJ in 2021 after practicing at a nationally ranked litigation firm based in Los Angeles. Since then, he has utilized his extensive experience in business litigation to the benefit of WTJ clients by successfully representing them in diverse practice areas such as real estate disputes, agriculture, crop loss cases, and trust and estate litigation. Jacob was honored for his dedication to his areas of practice in 2022 when he was selected for inclusion in the Northern California Rising Stars list.
Outside of the Office
In his free time, Jacob serves on the Board of the Fresno County Young Lawyers Association. He also enjoys spending time with his wife, family, and dog, and is a fan of college football (Go ‘Dogs!) and the San Francisco Giants.
We are excited to have Jacob Sarabian begin his new role as a Partner at WTJ, and we look forward to his continued success with our firm. Congratulations, Jacob!
Celebrating Jaskarn Chahal
The WTJ team is happy to welcome Jaskarn Chahal to the practice of law as our newest attorney. After passing the July 2022 California Bar Exam, his swearing-in ceremony took place on November 22, 2022, before the Honorable Judge Hamilton. We look forward to having Jaskarn as a key attorney on our team who supports WTJ’s public entity representation practice. Congratulations, Jaskarn!
WTJ said goodbye to Jamie Webb, the Transactional team’s long-time secretary of nearly two decades. Jamie retired on February 2, 2022, and celebrated the big milestone with a champagne toast with her team earlier this week. Jamie looks forward to spending her time exploring her hobbies. Cheers, and enjoy retirement, Jamie!