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WSHB Partner Kelly Waters Named to NJBIZ's 2020 Best Fifty Women in Business List

WSHB Names Andrew S. Kessler as Managing Partner of the Firm's Philadelphia Office

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Sam McDermott on the Dos and Don’ts of Construction Project Termination

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Andrew S. Kessler Named Legal Counsel for Northeast Community Center for Behavioral Health

WSHB Elevates Ten Partners to Defined Equity Status

Eleven WSHB Attorneys Elected Into Partnership

Eighteen Attorneys Elected to WSHB Senior Counsel

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Strategies for Defending Legionella and Mold Claims

Residential Revolution

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WSHB Welcomes New Partner Julie A. Weerth to the Firm's New York Office

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WSHB Partner Janice Michaels Named to The Best Lawyers in America© 2020 List

One Bad Apple: Navigating through Sexual Battery and other Intentional Torts

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WSHB Welcomes New Partner Andrew Kessler

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Renowned Litigator Jason Williams Joins WSHB's Nevada Office

Litigator Richard Young Joins WSHB's Nevada Office

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January 21, 2020

Philadelphia partner, Andy Kessler, has recently been named as Legal Counsel for The Northeast Community Center for Behavioral Health. Since its founding in 1958, The Northeast Community Center for Behavioral Health has brought the highest quality evidence-based practices and supports in an environment of wellness to each and every individual in need of behavioral health, intellectual disabilities or aging services....

January 16, 2020

National litigation powerhouse WSHB announced this week that ten of the firm’s partners have been elevated and as of January 1, 2020 are defined equity partners. The promotion of this group of nationally recognized lawyers recognizes their consistent, outstanding contributions to the firm’s success. "Each of these individuals is a thought leader in their respective practice area and is widely thought of as a "go-to" lawyer for the most complex issues presented," said Stewart Reid, Firmwide Managing Partner. "Our partnership ranks are stronger because of these individuals, and we are honored they have accepted the invitation to join the ranks of defined equity."...

January 16, 2020

WSHB kicked-off 2020 by electing eleven attorneys to the firm's partnership. Elevation to partnership is a reflection that each of the attorneys named below has demonstrated exceptional legal, supervisory and management skills over their caseloads. These individuals have also consistently exhibited a strong desire to provide the firm's clients with first class legal representation, while always working hard to be team players dedicated to maintaining the unique culture that makes the firm special. ...

January 16, 2020

Sage case handling and consistent results are a common thread cited in the announcement of each individual elevated to senior counsel this past week at WSHB. Eighteen individuals were elevated to senior counsel by WSHB, a national trial firm with offices in 15 states. "Each of the individuals have demonstrably strong legal prowess and case handling abilities," said WSHB Firmwide Managing Partner Stewart Reid. "They each enjoy records of success in cases resolved and have strong working relationships with our clients." Added Co-Founder Stephen Henning, "Collectively, these 18 represent rising stars in the legal field throughout the nation."...

December 12, 2019

In November 2019, the jury entered a verdict of no cause in the New Jersey Superior Court, Somerset County Vicinage finding that the Bound Brook Board of Education and a baseball coach were not liable for a player's ankle injury sustained while sliding to third base. The injury occurred during a junior varsity high school baseball game. As a result of the slide, the minor, who was in ninth grade, required multiple surgeries, which Plaintiff contended ended his athletic career. Plaintiff argued at a trial that it was dangerous for the coach to instruct Plaintiff to slide when he was running at full speed and was too close to the base at the time the signal was given....

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