Jackson McNeill, Esq.

Jackson McNeill is a bar-admitted attorney and in-house counsel for a major Los Angeles corporation. He specializes in business litigation, commercial law, insurance law, regulatory law and intellectual property. He received his bachelor's and law degrees from UCLA.


Reddit CEO Apologizes in Wake of User Backlash

July 8, 2015

Reddit is one of the most popular online message boards and content websites in the world. The self-described “front page of the internet” allows users to submit various types of...

Apple Patent Reveals Mobile Payment App

July 7, 2015

Apple has just filed a new patent for a peer-to-peer mobile payment service. The new service, uncovered by PatentlyApple, would allow users to make person-to-person transactions as part of Apple’s...

Ford to Test New Car-Sharing Service

July 2, 2015

Ford Motor Co. is testing a new car-sharing program that will allow customers to rent out Ford cars on a temporary basis using a peer-to-peer car-sharing app. The program is...

Donald Trump Files $500M Lawsuit Against Univision Over Miss USA Pageant

July 1, 2015

Business magnate and TV-personality Donald Trump filed a $500 million lawsuit against Univision on Tuesday after the Spanish-speaking network decided to terminate its contract with Trump’s Miss Universe Organization and...

Intoxicating or Just Plain Toxic? Lawsuit Alleges Wines Contain Dangerous Arsenic

March 23, 2015

A new class-action lawsuit alleges that 83 Northern California wines from dozens of California wineries contain dangerous and illegal levels of arsenic. The complaint targets several popular companies, including Sutter...

Pharrell and Robin Thicke to Pay $7.3M in Marvin Gaye Copyright Infringement Suit

March 11, 2015

The line between borrowing and stealing became blurrier this week when a federal jury ruled that Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams’ song “Blurred Lines” impermissibly copied Marvin Gaye’s 1977 hit “Got...

Uber to Create Jobs for 1 Million Female Drivers, Shore Up Public Image

March 10, 2015

Uber announced plans on Tuesday to create one million jobs for women drivers by 2020. The San Francisco based ride-hail company made the announcement on its blog, posting a joint statement...