Micah specializes in complex litigation, including business, commercial, and intellectual property litigation. He has almost twenty years of experience litigating and trying cases in state and federal courts throughout the United States and internationally. He is an accomplished trial lawyer and has a proven track record of success. He has repeatedly been recognized by his peers and by Law and Politics as a Northern California Super Lawyer, including in 2010-2012, 2005 and 2006. In 2009, the Daily Journal named Micah among the top 75 intellectual property litigators in California. Micah has secured many unanimous jury verdicts for both plaintiffs and defendants, as well as large settlements in prominent cases. For example, Micah secured a $23 million settlement from Homestore.com, Inc., in a widely publicized securities fraud case representing business owners who sold their company to Homestore for artificially inflated Homestore stock. Because of his ability to handle a company’s most critical cases through trial while maintaining a commitment to personal service and developing creative and cost-effective settlement and litigation strategies, Micah is routinely sought out by small, medium and large businesses, as well as artists, authors, inventors, entrepreneurs and start-ups, to protect their interests and resolve their important legal problems. Before founding Jacobs Law Group SF, Micah spent 10 years litigating at several of California’s top firms, including Cooley Godward, LLP in San Francisco, Wilson, Sonsini, Goodrich & Rosati, LLP in Palo Alto and Bingham McCutchen in Los Angeles. He co-founded Jacobs & Ferraro, LLP, a successful boutique business, technology and entertainment law firm in San Francisco. Before practicing law, Micah was a ski instructor at Squaw Valley, USA, and a competitive triathlete, completing the Ironman Triathlon in 1994. He now coaches little league baseball and is the proud father of two amazing boys, ages 9 and 7.