Attorneys Keith Weaver, Dina R. Richman and Julie Tracy A. joined Sedgwick Detert's healthcare practice in Los Angeles.
Weaver works on healthcare litigation, compliance and regulatory matters. He's represented healthcare service plans, medical groups and individual healthcare practictioners.
Richman represents health plans, managed care organizations, provider groups and healthcare professionals. Richman was previously a judicial extern to Justice Miriam Vogel of the California Court of Appeal and on UCLA's Journal of Sexual Orientation Law. She joins the firm as an associate.
Tracy represents insurers, healthcare service plans and Fortune 500 companies. Tracy concentrates on healthcare law and ERISA litigation in state and federal court. Tracy is also a member of the firm's appellate practice group and joins the firm as an associate.
Gary Pancer promoted as partner
Also in the firm's healthcare group, attorney Gary Pancer was promoted to partner. Pancer represents healthcare service plans, physicians and other
healthcare clients in complex business litigation and consumer
disputes. He is also president of the board of the Frank D.
Lanterman Regional Center, a nonprofit organization that provides
services to thousands of children and adults with developmental
disabilities in Los Angeles.
Jury finds against Sedgwick County jail Here is a Wichita Eagle article reporting that Mark Schoenhofer won a civil verdict against the Sedgwick County jail stemming from claims of excessive force. Are there other such verdicts against the Sedgwick County jail or other jails?
8 Sedgwick County Kansas Jail Lawsuits And 31 Complaints SEDGWICK COUNTY, KS - When Ron Mires heard a man had been seriously injured in the Sedgwick County Jail last month, he thought of his brother. To Mires, the cases bore a key similarity: Both men suffered critical head injuries allegedly during an altercation with a sheriff’s officer, allegedly while trying to force their way out [...
Adaimy v. Ruhl (Cal. Ct. App. - Feb. 28, 2008) Want to bet that Ernest Franceschi -- who may be a slightly better blackjack player than he is a lawyer -- and Robert Helfing and Kirk Jenkins (both of whom are with Sedgwick Detert) get sued by Edmond Adaimy for blowing the deadline to file a notice of appeal?Count on it...
Media Law Bulletin: 2007 Media Year in Review Source: Lexology, January 23, 2008
2007 media year in reviewSedgwick Detert Moran & Arnold LLP "This issue of Media Law Bulletin provides a snapshot of major media, entertainment and intellectual property legal developments in 2007...
ALOHA I've been ridiculously swamped with LegalTech NY prep and trying to close the February issue, so apologies for the radio silence. I've got quite a backlog, so I'm just gonna post a couple quick items and then I'll get back to you later...