Before attending law school, Mr. Skalsky utilized his science background working for a consulting firm that provided litigation support services to law firms, government agencies, and corporate entities on toxic tort matters.
Mr. Skalsky received his Juris Doctorate from Loyola Law School in 2011. Throughout Law School, Mr. Skalsky served as a commissioner on the City of Mission Viejo’s Community Services Commission. The Community Services Commission’s legislative role is to advise the City Council and staff regarding the development and maintenance of parks and recreation facilities, adult and youth recreation services, senior citizen and human services, cultural and fine arts services, and community development block grant funding. He served as chairperson for the commission in 2009 and served as vice-chairperson for the commission in 2008 and 2012.
Prior to joining Yukevich | Cavanaugh, Mr. Skalsky was an associate at Bremer Whyte Brown & O’Meara defending clients in the areas of toxic tort litigation, landlord/tenant litigation, personal injury litigation, construction defect litigation, and homeowners association litigation. Mr. Skalsky is known as a zealous advocate for his clients and has represented corporate clients, insurance companies, and individuals in complex litigation matters. Mr. Skalsky has been active in the Orange County Bar Association and served as the Education Chair for the Young Lawyers Division of the Orange County Bar Association in 2013. Mr. Skalsky is admitted to practice law in California and before the United States District Courts for the Central District of California.