Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman
& Dicker LLP
Los Angeles, California OfficeView all offices
555 Flower Street, Suite 2900
Los Angeles, California
(Los Angeles Co.)
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About this office:
Wilson Elser helps individuals and organizations transcend challenges and realize goals by offering an optimal balance of legal excellence and bottom-line value.
Nearly 800 attorneys strong, our firm serves clients of all sizes, across multiple industries and around the world. Wilson Elser has 23 strategically located offices in the United States, another in London and several European affiliates. This depth and scale has made us one of the nation's most influential law firms, ranked in the Am Law 200 and in the top 50 of the National Law Journal 250.
Since our founding in 1978, Wilson Elser has forged a reputation as a formidable player in insurance coverage and defense. Our experience in this tightly regulated, cost-conscious industry has shaped a firm culture of accomplished professionalism and cost efficiency that delivers demonstrable value to clients.
Today, Wilson Elser provides clients with full-service, first-class legal services, spanning the spectrum of litigation and related areas. We apply the discipline and diligence of effective litigation to virtually all areas of the law, drawing from 55 service areas to create multidisciplinary teams that give each client matter the best of the firm's collective intelligence and capabilities.
Our firm's uncommonly high concentration of seasoned senior litigators gives us an advantage when handling our clients' most challenging and technical cases. More broadly, many of our attorneys have specialized degrees in business, engineering, medicine and accounting, as well as extensive on-the-ground professional experience, which translate into client solutions that work in the real world.
By combining our attorneys' deep experience with the vast resources and technical capacity of a large and highly respected firm, Wilson Elser consistently provides our clients with sound, uncompromising legal representation.
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Statement of Practice Summary:
Accounting Liability, Admiralty Law, Agents and Brokers Liability, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Appellate Practice, Architects and Engineers Liability, Asbestos Defense, Aviation Law, Commercial Law, Construction Law, D&O Liability, Employment Law, Environmental Law, General Liability, Health Care, Insurance Bad Faith, Insurance Coverage, Intellectual Property, Lawyers' Malpractice, Medical Malpractice, Municipal Law, Product Liability, Professional Liability, Toxic Torts, Trucking Law, Transportation Liability.
Documents by Lawyers at this office
California Supreme Court Upholds Limited Right of Carrier to Seek Recovery of Unreasonable Fees Directly from Insured’s Independent Counsel
Anet M. Castro,John H. Podesta,Julie E. Van Wert, August 27, 2015
On August 10, 2015, in Hartford Casualty Insurance Company v. J.R. Marketing, LLC, et al., the California Supreme Court held that in some circumstances insurers may seek reimbursement of payments made to the insured's independent Cumis counsel, legal counsel chosen by the insured when the insurer...
Natural Contaminants Exceed Human-Made Contaminants in California’s Groundwater
Thomas C. Corless,Josephine C. Lee-Nozaki, August 4, 2015
Defendants in groundwater contamination cases in California have additional evidence to direct blame where it should be placed - on naturally occurring contaminants. An extensive study by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) has determined that natural contaminants are more prevalent than human-made...
U.S. Supreme Court Upholds Privacy Rights for Los Angeles Hotel Operators
Michael C. Douglass, July 15, 2015
In a win for privacy advocates, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that a City of Los Angeles municipal ordinance permitting warrantless police searches of hotel registries is unconstitutional. The subject ordinance (Los Angeles Municipal Code section 41.49 3(a)) required hotel operators to hand over...