- Character & Culture
With one of the most diverse legal teams in the country, WSHB collaborates as one to find solutions to the most complex cases.
- Reputation & Results
Our 350+ trial tested attorneys, who work from coast to coast, deliver national service and results.
- Innovative & Resourceful
We stand apart in our ability to package a creative fee arrangement and deliver national service in all aspects of litigation defense.
- Effective & Efficient
Communication is more than being available whenever a client makes an inquiry. It’s asking the right questions and understanding our clients’ goals.
- Trial-Tested Strategy
Our experience in the courtroom translates to knowing how to shape a case for resolution by cutting to the chase.
- #9Top Ten Diversity Ranking
We're proud of our top ten ranking on the American Lawyer's 2021 Diversity Scorecard, which records the average number of full-time equivalent minority attorneys at AmLaw 200 and NLJ 250 law firms.
- Big Wins
When two companies both catering to the rich and famous of Orange County tried to merge, and failed, litigation was bound to ensue. Thankfully, for one of the companies, Rebecca Gabroy was the trial lawyer.
- Litigation Powerhouse
Sometimes the defense is so strong that the case is gutted before it makes it to the jury. That is the result in a Santa Barbara matter where WSHB trial lawyer Frances O'Meara prevailed on her motion for a directed verdict following plaintiff’s case in chief.
Diversity of background, experience, race and ethnicity is a core value and one that deserves support at multiple levels-from recruitment, to training, to opportunity.
Our 350+ trial tested attorneys, who work from coast to coast, deliver national services and results in all aspects of litigation defense.
- Women in Law Scorecard
It is with great pride that we announce our top ten ranking on the National Law Journal’s Women in Law Scorecard for 2022. The Scorecard ranks the United States’ largest law firms by representation of women attorneys. Rankings are calculated by adding each firm’s percentage of total women lawyers with the percentage of partners who are women.