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WSHB Co-Founder Stephen Henning Steps Into the Spotlight at this Year's West Coast Casualty Seminar

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Game Changing Trends Affecting Construction

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WSHB Partner Nancy Quinn Koba Elected Supreme Court Justice for the Ninth District

January 29, 2018

WSHB is pleased to announce eight attorneys have been elected to the Firm's partnership, effective January 1, 2018. “Elevation to partnership at WSHB is a reflection that each of the attorneys identified below has demonstrated exceptional legal, supervisory and management skills over their case loads,” said Dan Berman, Firm Chairman and Co-founder. “Each has also consistently exhibited a strong desire to provide the firm's clients with first class legal representation, while always working hard to be a team player dedicated to maintaining the unique culture of WSHB that makes this firm special.”...

January 29, 2018

Kicking off 2018 are promotions for thirteen of the nation’s most talented lawyers at WSHB. “Senior counsel criteria at WSHB is one of the highest bars set by law firms in the nation. In addition to having sharp legal skills, litigation prowess and consistent results, lawyers enjoying this designation must have the “full package” which clients have come to expect,” said Stewart Reid, Managing Partner at WSHB. “This accomplished group includes a sports coach, an improv comedian, and a volunteer advocate for children’s literacy.” ...

January 18, 2018

Builders have been waiting more than two years for the decision on the fiercely contested issue of whether or not the Right to Repair Act cuts off a homeowner's right to assert common law causes of action against a builder relating to alleged construction defects. This morning, the Supreme Court resolved that question in favor of the builders. The import of this decision is huge for those developing residential real estate in California as set out below....

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