University of Virginia School of Law, J.D., 2007
— Dillard Fellowship
— UVA Defense Clinic
— Virginia Sports and Entertainment Law Journal, Editorial Board
— Lile Moot Court Competition
— Volunteer Income Tax Association (VITA), Staff Member
George Mason University
B.S. Accounting (Minor: Economic), 2004
Magna Cum Laude
District of Columbia (2012)
U.S. Supreme Court
U.S. District Court
— Central District of California
— Southern District of California
— District of Columbia
— Eastern District of Virginia
Micah Ticatch is a Partner at IslerDare PC.
Prior to joining IslerDare in 2010, Micah practiced civil litigation for three years in Newport Beach, California with the national firm Irell & Manella LLP, where he specialized in wage and hour class action defense.
Micah’s practice is primarily focused on the defense of businesses in the litigation of employment and commercial disputes. Micah routinely litigates cases arising under the federal employment statutes, including Title VII, the FMLA, the ADA, the EPA, the ADEA, and the FLSA, as well as cases arising under state law including actions for breach of contract, defamation, duty of loyalty, trade secrets, and enforcement of noncompetition agreements. In addition to employment cases, Micah also litigates cases on behalf of financial institutions including those arising under the UCC, the FCRA, the EFTA, and the FCBA. Micah represents clients in federal and state courts, as well as before administrative agencies such as the EEOC, the Department of Labor, the Virginia Employment Commission, and local human rights commissions. In addition to his litigation practice, Micah provides advice and legal counsel to employers, including the review and drafting of employment policies, noncompetition agreements, separation agreements, and executive employment agreements.
Micah graduated from the University of Virginia in 2007 and is admitted to practice in Virginia, California, and the District of Columbia.
Micah resides with his wife and five children in Fairfax, Virginia.
Professional / Continuing Legal Education Presentations
The District of Columbia Bar: Getting the Most Out of Interrogatories, Request for Production of Documents & Requests for Admission
(Washington, DC; March 2016)
The District of Columbia Bar: Changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure Effective December 2015
(Washington, DC; November 2015)
IslerDare Breakfast Briefing: The End of the Road: Current Issues with Severance Agreements
(Tysons Corner, Virginia; June 2015)