Nick Roxborough joined Olvera Street merchants and city officials at a ribbon cutting ceremony on October 25 to celebrate the restoration of the 1932 Olympic Cottage. The historic structure was built to house athletes during the 1932 Olympic Games in Los Angeles and was later donated to Olvera Street in 1933. Roxborough was appointed by Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and…Details
Nick Roxborough joined other thought leaders and stakeholders at a public hearing in Oakland last week to support a new Medical-Legal Fee Schedule (MLFS) model for Qualified Medical Evaluators (QMEs) that would raise their compensation to an adequate level.
Once again, RPNA is challenging Zurich Insurance Company for subjecting employers to out-of-state arbitrations, over collateralization, and overpayment for coverage due to poor claims handling. In this new case, Zurich increased its collateral requirement more than seven-fold for Pacific States Industries’ (PSI) large deductible workers’ comp program after learning the company was moving its program…Details
RPNA Partner Nick Roxborough—who has been leading the fight against the Division of Workers’ Compensation’s (DWC) underground regulations—will be moderating a panel at the CWC & Risk Conference on Friday, September 7, 2018.
Retailer challenges Consumer Advocacy Group on statute of limitations and lack of evidence. In the closely watched case of Consumer Advocacy Group, Inc. v. National Stores, Inc., the Los Angeles Superior Court last week entered a judgment against Consumer Advocacy Group (CAG), stating it failed to meet its burden of proof, violated the one-year statute…Details
Joseph Gjonola talks about the recent opinion Planned Parenthood Fed’n of Am., Inc. v. Ctr. for Med. Progress (“PPF”) on LAW360 and how it all but gutted California’s anti-SLAPP procedure when it comes to motions filed in federal court.
When Daily Journal reporter Melanie Brisbon needed an expert to comment on a recent appellate decision in the case Ryan Smythe v. Uber Technologies Inc., she reached out to RPNA’s Co-Managing Partner Nick Roxborough. In this case, the state appellate court denied Uber’s motion to compel arbitration of an action brought by one of its…Details
In a long awaited landmark ruling, the Supreme Court ruled 5-4 that under the Federal Arbitration Act (“Arbitration Act”) arbitration agreements requiring individualized proceedings, barring the ability of an employee to bring or participate in a class action, must be enforced and neither the Arbitration Act’s saving clause nor the National Labor Relations Act (“NLRA”)…Details
Drew Pomerance has been named Class Actions Lawyer of the Year by Finance Monthly, a multi-platform publication that provides finance news and analysis to a global readership of C-suite executives, company directors, investors and entrepreneurs.
RPNA’s Nick Roxborough commented about his current case against Applied Underwriters in a Workers’ Comp Executive article that discusses the growing number of disputes involving Applied Underwriters’ EquityComp program since the California Department of Insurance (CDI) handed down its precedential decision several years ago in the Shasta Linen case.
RPNA’s Nicholas Roxborough recently represented the interests of California employers concerning public commentary held by California Department of Insurance (CDI) officials involving major stakeholders in the workers’ compensation system. Mr. Roxborough addressed issues regarding large deductible policies, affecting RPNA’s clients, as the CDI moves to finalize new regulations by the end of the year.Details
Not only can staffing agencies take a breath of relief with the recent California appellate decision in Serrano v. Aerotek, but all employers can benefit by the guidance this decision offers as it applies to meal break. In Serrano, the employee plaintiff sued Aerotek, a global recruiting and staffing agency, and Bay Bread, the worksite employer, for…Details