Jacob M. Ramirez
Jacob M. Ramirez graduated from the University of Colorado at Denver and then attended the University of La Verne College of Law where he received his Juris Doctor. Before joining Grossberg & Hoehn, Jacob worked as a special education/para-professional teacher where he constructed learning plans and helped the students with one-on-one teaching. It was this strong desire to assist people which ultimately led Jacob to his career in law.
Jacob’s tenacity in pursuing his clients’ interests is reflected in what he considers to be his favorite case thus far. The Briscoe v. Flores case highlighted a tenant versus landlord dispute in which Jacob represented the defendants. Initially, Jacob responded to an unfavorable verdict by challenging it through a Motion for Judgment Notwithstanding the Verdict and was ultimately able to persuade the judge into reversing the original verdict. “The Flores family are good people who needed our help; that’s why I got into law in the first place.”
When it comes to Grossberg & Hoehn, Jacob is thrilled to be a part of the team. “The lawyers and supporting staff are easy to work with at Grossberg & Hoehn. In addition, I enjoy the types of cases that are handled at the firm. There are too many cases that are without merit and filler cases, in a sense. At Grossberg & Hoehn, I enjoy getting to the cases that actually matter.”
In his spare time away from the office, Jacob loves to be with his family and friends. In addition, hailing from Colorado, Jacob loves his Colorado-based sports, which includes rooting for the Denver Broncos.
Americans With Disabilities Act
B.A. University of Colorado at Denver
J.D. University of La Verne, College of Law, Ontario, California
Admitted to the State Bar of California
Admitted to the State Bar of Colorado
Admitted to United States District Court, Central and Eastern Districts