Jimmie Davis Parker is Of Counsel in the San Diego office of Hogue & Belong. Mr. Parker has over a decade of experience as a civil litigator primarily focusing on consumer protection, landlord-tenant and wage & hour class actions.
In addition to jury trial experience, Mr. Parker has successfully obtained certification and settlement of class actions affecting tens of thousands of employees and consumers— securing recovery of millions of dollars against “Fortune 50” companies and multi-billion-dollar real estate conglomerates. Mr. Parker’s class action successes include settlements of residential security deposit class action that have resulted in a net return of 100% and above of retained residential security deposits to former tenants.
In addition to Mr. Parker’s class action experience, Mr. Parker’s practice also consists of business and employment disputes, intentional torts, construction defect, breach of contract, and bad faith insurance litigation. In one such action against a public official, Mr. Parker was able to successfully negotiate the public official’s resignation from office in addition to cash consideration for settlement.
Prior to joining Hogue & Belong, Mr. Parker worked at a national civil litigation defense firm where he defended numerous Fortune 500 companies in the toxic-tort and employment law groups. Upon his departure from defense work, he created and maintained his own successful plaintiff-focused practice for over ten years. Mr. Parker’s diversity of experience representing plaintiffs and defendants, working in firms large and small, provides the foundation that makes him an effective litigator and member of Hogue & Belong.
Mr. Parker is licensed to practice before all the Courts in the State of California.
J.D., University of San Diego School of Law
B.A., Political Science, Education Minor, University of California, Davis
State Bar of California, Member
United States District Court, Southern District of California
United States District Court, Northern District of California
United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit