Michael joined McKague Rosasco as an Associate in May 2019. He concentrates his practice on state and federal employment law disputes and compliance.
Prior to joining McKague Rosasco, Michael was an associate with an administrative law practice in Sacramento handling professional licensing, real estate, and employment matters. Prior to moving to Sacramento, Michael ran a solo practice in San Francisco helping new ventures with entity selection and formation.
Before moving to California, Michael taught legal research and writing to foreign-trained LL.M. students at George Washington University Law School. Growing up outside Washington, D.C., Michael developed a deep interest in policy and legal affairs.
As an undergraduate at St. John’s College in Annapolis he wrote a senior thesis on the political discourse of the Federalist Papers. While a law student at Loyola University New Orleans College of Law, Michael worked as a research assistant focusing on environmental issues related to the city’s recovery efforts. After law school, Michael returned to Washington and earned an LL.M. in International and Comparative Law from George Washington University.
Michael believes in open communication and strives to listen to clients and adversaries alike in pursuit of positive results. Michael is admitted to practice in California and the United States District Court for the Eastern District of California.
Outside the office, you will find Michael backpacking and fly fishing in the Sierras.