It all started in 1974, on the college campus of U.C. Berkeley.
A friendship formed in an undergraduate dormitory between Nicholas Roxborough and Drew Pomerance has emerged into one of the most formidable and respected insurance and business law trial and appellate practices in California.
Officially started on January 16, 1996, the firm has expanded from Roxborough and Pomerance into the powerhouse that is now Roxborough, Pomerance, Nye & Adreani, LLP.
“The firm works not only on a personal level, but also because all of the partners have similar business and work ethics, as well as complimentary skills,” notes Pomerance, adding that “…all the partners and their families are truly really good friends. Such is an unusual characteristic of most law firms. But at RPNA, this has developed a winning culture that permeates everything we do.”
The firm’s attorneys are particularly talented when representing business owners and commercial entities in the area of dispute resolution, trial and appellate matters. “Advocating the interests of business is a core part of our practice…” notes Nye,”…business savvy, supported by over 80 years of collective legal expertise, creates true ‘value’ for our clients.”
RPNA first made its mark in the 1990’s, winning bad faith cases against the largest workers comp carriers in the industry and blazing the trail on what was an evolving area of the law. Today, RPNA represents businesses every step of the way in matters of employment law, wage and hour, business and general litigation and has become a difference maker in all phases of litigation and policymaking.
“We do what we enjoy,” comments Adreani, noting that “…the results of our collective and unwavering commitment to our practice and to our clients give us personal satisfaction, stability and enjoyment.”