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July 31, 2019

WSHB is proud to announce the arrival of its newest partner, Jason W. Williams, to the Firm's Nevada office. Long considered to be a "go-to" lawyer for complex construction defect disputes, Jason handles all facets of construction litigation spanning from single family disputes to commercial projects, from shovel to completion. He also is well regarded for his work in complex civil litigation and coverage issues....

July 31, 2019

WSHB's Nevada office recently welcomed the latest addition to their senior counsel class, litigator Richard Young. Known by developers and contractors throughout the State of Nevada for his prowess and sage guidance in handling all facets of construction litigation, Mr. Young has achieved success in all issues emanating from construction, from construction defect to employment....

July 24, 2019

In a commercial landlord-tenant subrogation action by the landlord and commercial business association’s insurer, Partner David Webster and Senior Counsel Eugene Zinovyev recently obtained a published appellate opinion affirming the granting of a Summary Judgment Motion in favor of our client, The Wooden Duck, a long-standing furniture manufacturer and seller in Berkeley. The subrogation action followed a building fire that destroyed our client’s leased warehouse space and other property and personal property of three other entities. Plaintiff insurer issued a property damage policy to the Association that owned and maintained the common area building components and the landlord that leased space to our client. The underlying Motion for Summary Judgment was brought under California’s case-by-case anti-subrogation law which provides that lessees cannot be sued for subrogation as deemed implied co-insureds under the policy based on specific language in the lease agreement. ...

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