Jason Resnick
Western Growers, Vice President & General Counsel

Jason Resnick joined Western Growers in 2003 as a staff attorney. Today as Vice President and General Counsel, he has responsibility for overseeing the organization’s legal affairs.  Jason works closely with the Western Growers executive team on legal, business and policy matters and he has primary staff responsibility for the Western Growers Labor Committee.

Prior to joining Western Growers, Jason was a litigator at a prominent Orange County law firm. His litigation experience includes trying jury and bench trials, administrative proceedings before state and federal agencies, and drafting appellate briefs to the California Supreme Court and state and federal courts of appeal.

Jason is a frequent speaker and magazine contributor on employment law and ag labor availability issues. He serves on the board of directors for the Agricultural Personnel Management Association (APMA) and is a past co-chair of the Agribusiness Committee of the State Bar of California.

Jason received his bachelor’s degree from the University of California, Irvine and his JD from the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law.

Contact information

Contact Email:
jresnick@wga.com
949-885-2253

Articles by Jason Resnick

Jan 03, 2019
In H-2A

On December 26, 2018, the Employment and Training Administration (ETA) of the Department of Labor (Department) issued its Federal Register Notice to announce the 2019 Adverse Effect Wage Rates (AEWRs).

Dec 20, 2018

A draft update to Wage Order 14 awaiting final approval provides much needed clarity on the irrigator exemption and other aspects of AB 1066.

Dec 04, 2018

Mark your calendars from January 23rd – January 25th for the 39th Annual APMA Forum. This year’s conference for Human Resource, Labor and Safety Professionals in the agricultural industry will be hosted at the beautiful Monterey Plaza Hotel in Monterey, California.

Nov 20, 2018

Last May, the United States Department of Labor (DOL) along with the Department of Agriculture (USDA), the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Department of State, announced a coordinated effort to modernize and streamline the application process for the H-2A temporary agricultural visa

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