Roxborough to Join COIN Advisory Board

Nicholas Roxborough has been invited to join the Advisory Board of California Organized Investment Network (COIN). COIN’s vision is to serve as a national model to provide leadership in increasing insurance industry investment in underserved and rural communities throughout California. For more information on Nick’s practice, please click here.

Roxborough Named LA City Commissioner

LOS ANGELES, CA, July 3, 2014—Nick Roxborough was appointed by Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti to serve as a Commissioner on the Police Permit Review Panel. He was approved by the Los Angeles City Council and sworn in as a Commissioner on July 1, 2014. He was later elected chairman of the PPRP in July…

Pomerance to Speak at CAALA 2013

Senior partner Drew Pomerance was asked to discuss key strategies in insurance bad faith litigation at a national conference. More than 2,000 people attended the Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles’ Annual Las Vegas Convention over Labor Day weekend where Drew Pomerance served on the expert panel “Red-Eye Breakfast: Hot Topics in Insurance Bad Faith.”…

As Featured in California Lawyer: Trade Secret Insurance

In today’s competitive business climate, “poaching” key employees is not unheard of. Does the business’s Comprehensive General Liability policy cover a potential lawsuit brought by the former employer? For example, what happens when you hire an employee away from a competitor, and the former employer sues you for a host of wrongful conduct claims, including…

WorkCompCentral Interviews Nick About Allegations in Chiropractic Whistleblower Complaint | WorkCompCentral

Roxborough said in the article that the complaint quoted an email out of context to imply that his client Bahar Gharib-Danesh, ordered her staff to provide unnecessary services to injured workers being treated at her Pain Free Management clinics.  “Carriers out there are doing very little else other than using their muscle and threats to intimidate and…

CA Appeals Court Affirms That Workers’ Comp Utilization Reviews Are Not Protected Activity Under State’s Anti-SLAPP Law

Los Angeles, CA (February 17, 2015)—A California Appellate Court has overturned the trial court decision in Electronic Waveform Lab v. EK Health Services, which held that State Fund’s utilization review process was “protected activity” under the California’s anti-SLAPP law. Electronic Waveform Lab is represented by Nicholas Roxborough and Joseph Gjonola of the Los Angeles based…