Holly Jacobson practices civil business litigation and medical marijuana compliance, and serves as an associate attorney for Radoslovich Shapiro, PC Attorneys for such matters.
Prior to joining Radoslovich Shapiro, Holly was a partner at Alves Jacobson Radcliffe LLP, where she handled complex business litigation and legal malpractice, medical marijuana compliance, as well as cases involving employment law and specific environmental compliance issues. She previously handled complex partnership disputes and legal malpractice while serving as an attorney with Freidberg Law Corporation.
Prior to practicing law, Holly was a Hazardous Substances Scientist with the Department of Toxic Substances Control where she worked with developing and explaining the agency’s regulations to regulated industry members and members of the public.
Represented individuals and a limited liability company in a legal malpractice matter resulting in a favorable settlement during trial.
Represented an individual through trial regarding the division of corporate assets valued at more than $1 million dollars.
Successfully negotiated settlement of a breach of contract action resulting in a payment to client for $30,000 in one day.
Successfully negotiated settlement of a legal malpractice action against a law firm in Southern California.
Successfully defended a small management company with regard to Labor Code violation claims.
Holly enjoys giving back to her community, as demonstrated by her involvement with a variety of organizations, including Habitat for Humanity, AmeriCorps, Women Lawyers of Sacramento, and Creek Week Clean-up. She also served on the Toxics Board in Eugene, Oregon, which creates policy concerning the city’s Toxics Right-to-Know Program. Holly is also an active soccer player and participates on a number of women’s and co-ed teams in the Sacramento area.
Holly received her Juris Doctor from the University of Oregon, School of Law in 2011, where she served as an executive board member of the Green Business Initiative Student Association. In 2006, she earned a Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Studies from California State University, Sacramento. While at CSU, Sacramento, Holly also completed minors in Biology and Peace and Conflict Resolution.