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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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He's Not My Guy: The Joint-Employer Doctrine

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

May 23, 2018

On Monday, May 21, 2018, the Supreme Court issued a decision every private employer will be ecstatic to understand and implement into their practice. The majority opinion, authored by Justice Neil Gorsuch, held employers: (1) may rely upon clauses in their employment contracts requiring employees to arbitrate their disputes individually; and (2) may require employees to waive the right to resolve those disputes through joint legal proceedings....

May 11, 2018

Nationally recognized litigator Paul Nolan, Managing Partner of WSHB's Rancho Cucamonga office, will offer his expert advice at two sessions of West Coast Casualty’s Construction Defect Seminar next month in Anaheim, CA. Celebrating its 25th anniversary, the WCC Seminar is considered to be the largest construction defect event in the country, attracting thousands of builders, contractors, subcontractors, insurance agents and lawyers to this go-to event at the Disneyland Hotel....

May 11, 2018

In California, personal injury plaintiffs may recover the lesser of the (1) amount incurred for medical services, or (2) reasonable market value of those services. Plaintiffs with medical insurance may not offer into evidence the full billed amount since it represents a misleadingly inflated number given the realities of modern medical practices in which the amount initially billed is typically more than the amount ultimately paid, especially when insurance is involved. While truly uninsured plaintiffs may offer the amount billed as one indication of what the reasonable market value might be, insured plaintiffs could not do so even if they did not benefit from any discounted rate negotiated by their insurers. (Ochoa v. Dorado (2014) 228 Cal.App.4th 120, 135-36.)...

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